Operations at all 182 sales, 202 service and 68 body and paint outlets nationwide have officially resumed after a two-month hiatus during the Movement Control Order (MCO) period.

Production at the Sungai Choh Plant in Rawang partially resumed on the 11th of May and is now in full swing. In line with that, the company also said necessary safeguards have been implemented at all their outlets nationwide to ensure sufficient protection of both customers and employees.

As for the Perodua outlets, operations resumed on a staggered basis a week ago on the 12th of May with all the necessary health and safety measures in place.

“We would like to thank our valued customers for their patience and loyalty. We will ensure that all your motoring needs will be met as soon and as safely as possible,” said Perodua President and CEO, Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad.

Customers looking to service their vehicles are required to secure an appointment slot beforehand with their service centre of choice – walk-ins will not be accepted at the moment to avoid crowding.

As is standard procedure almost everywhere you go now, all visitors must undergo temperature checks before entering outlets. Customers will also be required to register their details and adhere to the social distancing markers within the outlets at all times. Hand sanitisers will be available at key locations while the outlets themselves will be sanitised regularly.


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