RAWANG: Perodua has announced that its Tweckbot complimentary vehicle inspection service has resumed operations and this time certain health and safety measures have been implemented.
One of the measures includes all Twekbot customers having to undergo temperature checks and will need to comply with contact tracing protocols as mandated by the government.
This also includes a more spaced-out layout for the Tweckbot stations with demarcated areas for waiting, consultation and vehicle inspection to minimise movement.
Also, Tweckbot technicians will wear face shields at all times and every vehicle will be thoroughly sanitised before and after inspection.
Physical distancing and the wearing of face masks by everyone will apply at all times.
Furthermore, the entire station will be evacuated and sanitised twice each day for the safety of its staff and valued customers.
Zainal added that for the sake of public health, the number of vehicles inspected has to be limited to a first-come, first-served basis and that such measures will be the new normal operating procedures for Tweckbot from now on.
Tweckbot provides a complimentary 50-point inspection for a Perodua vehicle that includes the engine, transmission, cooling system, brakes, power steering, clutch, tyres, suspension and electricals.
The team's standard operating hours are from 9.00am to 5.00pm and will be at Tesco Extra Bukit Tinggi Klang (Sept 12 to 13) as well as Tesco Puncak Alam (Sept 19 to 20) and Tesco Extra Ampang (Sept 26 to 27).
Customers who inspect their vehicles with Tweckbot will receive a 20% discount voucher redeemable for the purchase of selected parts and accessories at any authorised Perodua service centre.
“As Malaysia Day nears, we foresee many Malaysians taking vacations or returning to their hometowns. For their safety and peace of mind, it is crucial that their Perodua vehicles are in good working order. Perodua wishes all Malaysians a Happy Malaysia Day as we band together as a nation to continue fighting Covid-19. The battle is not yet won, but we are all in this together and as long as we continue to prioritise safety, we will get through this,” said Zainal.