Proton

Proton assures customers of warranty validity during MCO period

Like other companies nationwide, Proton will respect the rules of the Movement Control Order (MCO) that restricts operations of non-essential businesses. As such, its authorised service outlets remain closed until the end of the MCO period which is presently set at April 14, 2020. Assistance for emergencies, eg breakdowns, is still available but normal servicing […]

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Penang Bridge

PLUS urges motorists to ensure sufficient balance in tollcard, especially at Penang Bridge

During the period of the Movement Control Order (MCO) which will last until April 14 (unless extended, which we will know after April 10), the general public is required to remain at home. They are not totally ‘locked down’ and can still travel to buy essential items, medical supplies or visit hospitals and clinics. But […]

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War on COVID-19 – Perodua contributes RM2 million to NADMA-COVID 19 Fund

Perodua has contributed RM2 million to the National Disaster Management Agency’s (NADMA) COVID-19 fund to provide support in the ongoing war against COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the cash contribution, the Malaysian carmaker had earlier donated 150 mattresses, 200 pillows, 105 boxes of mineral water, 15 industrial fans and 300 pairs of rubber boots to […]

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Nissan

Edaran Tan Chong Motor offers warranty extension for Nissan vehicles

Edaran Tan Chong Motor Sdn. Bhd. (ETCM) today announced that the warranty of all Nissan vehicles distributed and sold by the company will have an extension of 30 days from the last day of the Movement Control Order (MCO) period, if the warranty expiry date falls within the period that the MCO is on. The […]

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How Proton operations have adapted during the Movement Control Order

One thing is for sure – things will not be the same again when this COVID-19 pandemic comes to an end (hopefully that will not take too long). With the restrictions imposed by the Movement Control Order (MCO) and the need for better hygiene and social distancing, our lifestyle will have to change. Likewise for […]

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Ford Ranger Raptor

Latest Ford Ranger Raptor gets added safety systems and upgrades

The Ford Ranger Raptor, imported by Sime Darby Auto Connexion (SDAC), has been updated for 2020 with an added safety pack and additional features. Additional upgrades to the include an additional USB charging port on the rearview mirror and LED projector headlamps for greater visibility while driving at night. In the area of safety, which […]

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PDRM roadblock

Movement Control Order (MCO) – only up to 10 kms to get essential items

There was a tiny bit of good news today during the daily briefing by the Health Ministry. According to the Director-General, there are signs of reduced cases which suggests that the curve is flattening. It’s too early to celebrate but if this sign can become a sustained trend, then we will be winning the war […]

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PLUSRonda

PLUSRonda celebrates 30 years of service to highway travellers

The 772-km North-South Expressway (NSE) which runs along the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia was opened in 1982 and completed in stages by 1994. From the start, the standards of highway maintenance and safety were high, in line with international standards. Vehicles could travel speedily (up to the maximum limit of 110 km/h) along the […]

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PDRM Roadblock

Expect stricter enforcement of the Movement Control Order from tomorrow

The purpose of the Movement Control Order (MCO) has been to limit movement of people so as to cut back the transmission of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Close contact allows the virus to spread and from just one infected person, hundreds more can be infected. Today would have been the last day of the Movement Control […]

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