If you’re planning to balik kampung this week for Hari Raya, SOCAR has an enticing deal for you. You can take home a SOCAR with petrol included from less than MYR40 per day.
With SOCAR’s RAYAPASS5 and RAYAPASS7 promo codes, you can get 48 hours off when you book for five or seven days. As you may know, petrol is included in each SOCAR booking, so you’ll be able to drive up to 1,500kms for five days, or 2,100kms for seven days.
Here’s a sample of how much it will cost to rent a SOCAR using the RAYAPASS5 promo from 13 June to 18 June 2018:
|Vehicle||Booking Fee||Booking Fee (with RAYAPASS5)||Fee (per day)||Total Savings|
The promo is valid from 11 to 24 June 2018. Note that SOCAR has different rates for weekdays and weekends, so your booking rate may differ from the chart above. If you book only on a weekday, for example, a Perodua Axia will cost you only MYR240 with this promo instead of MYR400 (MYR80 per day).
By the way, SOCAR is still running its Ramadan promo, where cars are offered from as low as MYR20 for booking periods of up to 15 hours. This promo run through to 14 June 2018 and valid for bookings between 5PM-8AM.
It’s time to multiplex
SOCAR as you know is a car-sharing platform that allows you to rent a car on-demand. Currently available at various locations all over the Klang Valley, there are four types of cars that you can book. There are mini hatchbacks like the Perodua Axia and Volkswagen Polo; C-segment sedans like Honda City and Toyota Vios; SUV/MPVs like the Honda HR-V and Perodua Alza; and premium hot hatch 3-door MINI Cooper.
SOCAR is adding more vehicles to the mix, and has plans to expand to other areas in Peninsular Malaysia.
Rates can be as low as MYR8 per hour, and petrol is included in the booking fee (up to 30km per hour or 300km per day). Daily rates are even more bang-for-buck, and with promo codes, makes it even more affordable to pick up a SOCAR.
Everything runs from the free SOCAR app that’s available for iOS and Android. Note that there’s a small registration fee of MYR10 when you sign up.
If you haven’t, download and sign up for the service here.