In accordance with the Movement Control Order by the government which will take effect from Wednesday March 18 and continue till March 31, 2020, Honda Malaysia will suspend its business operations during the period.
The business operations involved cover Honda Malaysia’s plant in Pegoh (Melaka), its sales office and also dealerships nationwide. This would mean that all authorised service centres would also remain closed during the period.
The company says that it will resume business operations, tentatively, on April 1, 2020. “Honda Malaysia will continue to monitor the situation closely and update accordingly. We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused during this time,” a statement issued this afternoon said.
Meanwhile, it should be noted by motorists who travel on public roads that petrol stations are permitted to remain open so you can still purchase fuel if needed. However, as urged by health authorities, you should practice social distancing when you are at a petrol station. This means being at least one metre apart from another person, especially if you have to go into the convenience store.