Do you remember to service your cars? What about tyres?
Malaysian home grown service Carpit has launched in beta stage to provide vehicle owners with a hassle-free and transparent option to ensuring your car tyres are in the best condition. The Carpit application is designed to be a simple tool for vehicle owners to get their car tyres serviced and to stay protected on the road.
Carpit prides itself on being the first service of its kind to offer end-to-end service assurance with a full warranty against any damage for all customers’ vehicles as well as any scams or unexpected charges to customers. Carpit prices are transparent, with no hidden charges or extra rates that will be charged without notice. Users need only pay once through the application after all the required services have been completed, eliminating risks for fluctuating prices by the dealers.
To ensure the legitimacy of its car service dealers, Carpit maintains a strict service quality guideline and gives customers the chance to review and rate other dealers. This helps to reduce the incidences of scams and poor-quality dealers. Carpit has over 237 trusted dealers throughout the country available on the mobile platform.
The app features a large database of popular car model profiles with their respective tyre sizes, making it easy for customers and car service shops to quickly identify the right tyres needed for any car. Carpit is also made for busy individuals with no time to send their vehicles to the service shop. All service shop dealers are able to offer free pickup and drop-off services, allowing customers to book a service anytime, anywhere.
The app also helps to keep track of all your tyre service records and provide reminders so that users know when to send your car tyres for servicing again. It also allow users to store and enjoy a large variety of promotions by the service shop dealers.
In conjunction with the official launch, Carpit is also announcing the partnership with renowned female race car driver and professional drifter, Leona Chin as the official brand ambassador for Carpit Malaysia for the next year. Through the partnership with the brand, Leona is aiming to use Carpit as a platform to encourage more Malaysians to get into the habit of regular tyre check-ups and play a role in reducing the number of road accidents in the country.
The Carpit app is currently in the open beta phase of testing. Interested users who want to try out the application first-hand and provide feedback, the app is now available to download for free on Google Play Store and App store.