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Perodua enrols first candidates for VIMS

21st March, 2019

KUALA LUMPUR: Perodua has enrolled its first candidates into Malaysia’s first official vehicle inspection management system course (VIMS) offered at the Malaysia Automotive, Robotics, and IoT Institute (MARii).

Perodua Sales Sdn Bhd managing director Datuk Dr Zahari Husin said the course would cover accurate analyses of the condition of used or traded-in vehicles to determine which exterior or interior parts need replacing or refurbishing.

“The courses are conducted by AucNation Sdn Bhd in a joint-venture with Automobile Inspection System Inc. Japan,” he said in a statement on Wednesday.

Zahari said Perodua applauded MARii for bringing this initiative to Malaysia, where the entire automotive industry will benefit from a standardised method of valuating vehicles.

“For Perodua, having certified valuators recognised by the government will fortify our pre-owned vehicle business, as our customers will be assured of international standards,” he added.

Meanwhile, MARii chief executive officer Datuk Madani Sahari said the course offered by AucNation, is open to all original equipment manufacturers and interested individuals, to have a more efficient and uniform used vehicle market.

“MARii believes that having an independent body which scientifically and objectively determines the health of pre-owned vehicles will give a more accurate indication of their roadworthiness.

“This, in turn, will further shape the end-of-life vehicle initiative for the betterment of all Malaysians,” he added. –Bernama

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