Edmond Chau, chairman of the Hong Kong Taxi and Public Light Bus Association. Photo: May Tse
Edmond Chau, chairman of the Hong Kong Taxi and Public Light Bus Association. Photo: May Tse

As fuel prices shoot up, Hong Kong taxi drivers work smarter, other motorists choose to leave the car at home

  • As fuel costs eat into their earnings, some cabbies forgo days off, while others rely mainly on calls
  • To keep fuel bill down, family man who bought a car two years ago is now mainly a Sunday driver

Edmond Chau, chairman of the Hong Kong Taxi and Public Light Bus Association. Photo: May Tse
Edmond Chau, chairman of the Hong Kong Taxi and Public Light Bus Association. Photo: May Tse
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