SOCAR Malaysia has launched the first phase of its SOCAR Business Mobility plan to assist businesses with transport solutions, especially during these challenging times. Targeted at delivery agents as well as small and medium enterprises (SMEs), packages start from as low as MYR4 per hour.
Leading car-sharing platform SOCAR continues its rapid expansion across the peninsular with another new city added to its portfolio–Ipoh.
Leading car-sharing platform SOCAR is making your road-tripping endeavours and intercity trips more fulfilling and economical with a brand-new service—One-Way Intercity service. The new service lets you book one-way reservations to and from Kuala Lumpur, Penang, and Johor, without any additional one-way fees.
So! So! So! I meant Ho! Ho! Ho! It’s the season of giving and SOCAR is playing Santa with some festive deals for you to enjoy with friends and family.
In the not-too-distant future, we may no longer own cars. While we’re still far from that reality, people today have the option of using e-hailing services, or even easily rent cars over short or long periods with platforms like SOCAR. The biggest car-sharing platform today, SOCAR introduced its bigger and better self on Tuesday, with not only an expanded fleet of cars and availability zones, but also enhanced customer experience via its rebranded SOCAR2U door-to-door car delivery service.
True to the adage of “sharing is caring”, leading car-sharing platform SOCAR has inked a partnership with KFC (owned by QSR Stores Sdn Bhd) to bring you literally finger-licking good deals. It’s a bucket of happiness, guaranteed.
If hatches and SUVs are not your thing, then the next SOCAR promo may tickle your fancy. The leading car-sharing platform and proponent of multi-flexing is offering a Volkswagen Passat 1.8 TSI sedan from as low as MYR5.70 per hour. In fact, from 15 to 21 October, SOCAR is offering 70 percent off your next seven bookings.
Since its debut in the Malaysian market in January this year, SOCAR has been working hard to expand the availability of its service and its fleet. The company has just announced that its fleet has grown to over 700 cars after hitting the 400 mark in June, with availability in Klang Valley and Cyberjaya. Now it has added another feather on its cap.
Fast-growing car-sharing platform SOCAR has just announced that it has hit a new milestone with its fleet – now 400-car strong. It has taken the company just a little over a month to achieve this new number, after hitting the 300-car mark in May. The South Korean startup also revealed that it has expanded availability of its service to over 200 zones.