Published on August 21st, 2019 | by Daniel0
5 reasons that might hinder the success of GO-JEK in Malaysia
We have 5 reasons why GO-JEK might not work in Malaysia.
- Malaysia has a strict law for the use of helmets for motorcycle riders and their passenger. Indonesia and Thailand does not enforce this. Will YOU wear someone else’s helmet on your head?
- We are already seeing a month on month rising demand for food delivery services and the current kapchai and scooter riders are earning well enough. They might be little incentive to do passenger service.
- In our conservative society would ladies sit with stranger on a motorcycle? Would you want your wife, daughter or sister to be riding GOJEK?
- More than 50% of current road accidents involve motorcyclists. Passengers would be at risk.
- We already have home shopping delivery riders, food delivery riders and courier riders beating traffic lights, riding one way roads the wrong way, riding on pavements, etc, now with GOJEK you will see even more kapchais breaking the law which is becoming harder to enforce.
Think about it and please share your ideas or comments.