Perodua's Tweckbot is on a safety push for Aidil Adha and Merdeka

By CARSIFU | 9 August 2019

From left: Hulu Selangor District Council corporate communications officer Junainah Abdullah, Perodua Sales transformation director JH Rozman Jaafar, Hulu Selangor District Council Shukri Mohamad Hamin and Perodua Global Manufacturing president Rozunan Che Pa during the 'Fly the Jalur Gemilang' Campaign.

RAWANG: Perodua is continuing its road safety push with its Tweckbot complimentary mobile vehicle inspection service this Aidil Adha and Merdeka.

“Tweckbot aims to promote the importance of checking one’s vehicle regularly, to service them at authorised Perodua service centres and to only use genuine Perodua products and parts, all in the name of safety,” said Perodua president and CEO Datuk Zainal Abidin Ahmad.

Tweckbot is a 50-point inspection service that includes engine, transmission, cooling system, brakes, power steering, clutch, tyres, suspension and electrics.

The inspection service will next be deployed at the PLUS Highway Rawang rest area (Northbound) from Aug 24 to 25 (10.00am to 5.00pm) for those planning for the long drive home during festive periods.

Customers who inspect their vehicle with Tweckbot will receive a 20% discount voucher that's redeemable for parts and accessories at any authorised Perodua service centre.

Perodua recently participated in the launch of the Hulu Selangor District Council’s ‘Fly the Jalur Gemilang’ programme at the Kuala Kubu Bharu Mini Stadium, where Tweckbot inspected a total of 60 customer vehicles throughout the day.

The local carmaker's booth engaged visitors with various activities designed to spread the message of safety and had on display its GearUp Isofix child seats as well as many other internal and external safety initiatives.

“Safety is a mindset first and foremost, and as a People First company, Perodua will do all it can to promote this mindset amongst its employees, customers and the general public. We believe safety is everyone’s right,” added Zainal.

Since the inception of Tweckbot in 2011, over 8,000 vehicles have been inspected.