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Netizen claims that Malaysians have more class than Singaporeans for taking better care of their shared bike

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A netizen has claimed that Malaysian bike-sharers have more class than the Singapore riders for taking better care of their shared bicycles. The netizen shared a couple of pictures from the Bukit Bintang area in Kuala Lumpur which showed the bikes parked neatly in a bike sharing facility.

Who say Singapore first class country. Bukit bintang KL more neat and class with bike sharing facilities. No scattered and throw anywhere. All clustered together.

Posted by Tim Tan on Wednesday, 10 January 2018

He said that the bikes were not parked errantly like in Singapore. Local social media users had in the past shared videos and photos of how some of these bikes are parked, in a disorderly manner, in Singapore.

YOG commemorative park now turned into bicycle dumping ground 😡Hey oBike Singapore, ofo Singapore Mobike Singapore, when did you guys turn the Youth Olympic Park into a designated bicycle parking area?

Posted by Shawn Chung on Sunday, 28 May 2017

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In October last year, local shared-bike app developers like Mobike, ofo and oBike said they would start using geofencing techniques to combat errant bike-parking by the end of last year.Follow us on Social Media

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