TREVO, a subsidiary of SOCAR Mobility Malaysia, is the latest app-based people-to-people car sharing marketplace. The mobility startup kicked off Phase 1 of its Proof of Concept (POC) exercise today with an MYR2 million investment, providing financial aid to new car-sharing hosts. It aims to encourage more people to participate in its year-long POC study by sharing their vehicles, in line with the Government’s effort to mitigate the people’s financial challenges through the PENJANA (Short Term Economic Recovery) plan.
The COVID-19 pandemic and Movement Control Order (MCO) have greatly impacted businesses and the economy. It has been especially challenging for the food and beverage industry—restricted by the number of dine-in customers, incurred cost of delivery, and more. Consumers, on the other hand, are paying more to get food delivered to their homes.
With the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) allowing for unrestricted domestic travel, Malaysians can now visit family members in another city or perhaps take a much-deserved domestic holiday. SOCAR has seen an increased demand for contactless delivery of its cars to people’s houses and has now stepped up to offer expanded SOCAR-2-YOU coverage in Penang and Johor.
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.