Proton Offers RM500 Fuel Card To E-Hailing Car Buyers
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Proton is offering a Petronas fuel gift card worth RM500 to e-hailing car buyers in an effort to promote the use of its vehicles in the e-hailing industry. The promotion will run until 31 December 2020.

E-hailing car buyers who purchase a new Proton Persona, Iriz, Exora, Saga, or X70 from authorised Proton sales outlets will be rewarded with the gift card. However, customers can opt to swap their gift card for a price rebate of the same value if they prefer. On top of that, Proton is offering additional rebates on selected models, ranging from RM300 to RM1,500.

“The programme is also designed to ease the decision-making process for those new to the industry as well as current drivers who are looking to replace their current cars,” said Proton in a statement.

In order to qualify, customers need to submit a copy of a valid Public Service Vehicle (PSV) e-hailing licence as proof and register the vehicle under their own name. The promotion is also open to individuals purchasing a car to be used for e-hailing by a different driver. In this case, a letter of consent stating the purpose of the purchase will be required along with the e-hailing driver’s full name, identity card number, and copy of their PSV e-hailing licence.

For more information, interested parties can email [email protected] or contact their nearest Proton Edar outlet.

(Source: Malay Mail)

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