#HumansOfGoCar: Ming Yee


Written by Stephen

I work in an NGO. Our company mainly do consultation in the oil palm industry, on how to be more sustainable. We work very closely oil palm producers, both local and international. As a result, we do a lot of travelling every few months, mostly to rural areas in Sabah, Sarawak, and peninsular as well. One day, we were looking for any car rental platform. We searched for ‘car rental Mont Kiara’ on Google and GoCar popped up. The deal was really good, just RM99 for a day. So, we went for it, and we loved it. Then onwards, as and when needed, we’ll take GoCar for our company trips.

Now, one of the reasons why we choose to rent a car than to use our own car is because it’s completely worry-free. We can skip all the maintenance from the long trips we make. Also, we currently don’t have our own company car because it’s not really practical as it would be a waste to get our own company car but only use it once every few months. That’s why we prefer to rent a car, and that’s where GoCar comes into the picture. With a really good deal and the perfect location which is just next door to our office, there’s no reason why we shouldn’t take GoCar.

Overall, I am impressed that this has no human interaction involved. I really appreciate how GoCar brings the typical car rental platform to fit into this technological era. I remember the first time I used GoCar, almost two years ago, there was only online booking. After some time, there was a smartphone app, and I noticed how the app keeps on improving over time. Not forgetting, I love how GoCar seems to be getting closer and closer to us. When I first book GoCar, it was at Mont Kiara, and now there’s a GoCar just around the corner. I really hope to see GoCar in Sabah and Sarawak one of these days, and perhaps with 4 x 4 cars available.

(Ming Yee, Sri Hartamas) #HumansOfGoCar #TakeGoCar

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