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Didi resumes late-night service with clean-record drivers

Chinese ride-hailing leader expands audio recording after two passengers killed

Didi, hit hard by the killings of two passengers by carpool drivers, has beefed up security measures.    © Reuters

BEIJING -- China's Didi Chuxing has restarted late-night ride-hailing services with new safety measures in place after two female passengers were killed in a span of four months.

The ride-hailing leader will limit late-night trips to drivers who have provided at least 1,000 rides with no issues over a period of six months or longer.

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