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CARPUT ialah satu aplikasi yang dicipta khas untuk memberi perkhidmatan bantuan yang cepat dan profesional untuk kerosakan kereta termasuk masalah bateri kereta.

Kenapa Nak Guna CARPUT?
1. Bateri kereta yang berkualiti tinggi
2. Hantar dan pasang PERCUMA dalam masa 30 minit
3. Harga akan dipaparkan sebelum confirm order. Tak perlu takut kena ketuk!

Talian Tol Bebas: 1800-1800-10

Muat turn aplikasi CARPUT:

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Tak payah nak cari kedai bateri kereta!

Kami boleh hantar ke kawasan sekitar Georgetown dan Seberang Perai termasuk Balik Pulau, Bayan Lepas, Jelutong, Gelugor, Air Itam, Batu Ferringhi, Tanjung Bungah, Butterworth, Bukit Mertajam, Perai dan banyak lagi.

Pomen CARPUT yang profesional dan berpengalaman luas akan hantar dan tukar bateri kereta baru di lokasi anda.

CARPUT telah membantu lebih daripada 15,000 kereta di KL, Penang dan JB.

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Bateri Kereta Amaron – Bateri Kereta Yang Paling Tahan Lama!

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Harga dari RM220

Perodua Myvi, Alza, Honda City – RM220

Proton Saga, Toyota Vios – RM230

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The first thing you should know is that a car battery’s lifespan is fixed and there’s nothing you can do to extend it beyond that. But, there are things drivers often do that cause the battery to die early. Learn how to care for your battery and be rewarded with a long battery life.

1. Limit short rides

Shorts distance trips prevent your car’s battery from a full charge cycle. Over the long run, this will reduce the charge capacity of the battery and its lifespan. Instead, go for a long distance drive once a week during the weekend to give the battery a full charge it deserves.

2. Once a month routine inspection

Battery terminals corrode over time, but keeping them clean from buildup is a great way to extend the life of your car battery. Scrub the terminals with a toothbrush dipped in a baking soda and water mixture. Then, using a spray bottle with cold water, rinse the mixture off and follow up with a thorough drying with a clean cloth.

3. Don’t use electronics when idle

Turn off functions like the radio or air conditioner when your engine isn’t running to put less wear and tear on your battery power. Extended periods of idling also can wear a battery down. And not to forget, don’t charge your smartphone before starting your car’s engine.

4. Keep Your Battery Tightly Fastened

A battery that’s not securely fastened could end up vibrating, potentially resulting in internal damage and short circuits. Have your battery terminal checked regularly, especially if you frequently drive on bumpy roads.

5. Check your car’s alternator

If your alternator is bad it will results in ineffective recharging of your battery and dramatically shorten your battery’s lifespan.
No matter how well you maintain your car battery, you can’t always foresee when it may die. That’s not a disaster because you can always count on CARPUT’s trusted car battery assistance if your car battery ever fails on you.

It is important to understand your car battery at the very least the common warning signs of a dying battery. Just keep your eyes open for these symptoms.

1. Can’t remember your last replacement?

Car batteries are the unsung heroes of the car. We never remember to check, service or clean them although it works hard starting our engines every morning. Car batteries, like any other car part have a lifespan.

A good rule of thumb to determine the lifespan of your car battery is 1.5x to 2x of the manufacturer’s warranty. For example, if your last battery change was two years ago on a 12 month warranty battery, your battery is probably living on borrowed time.

2. Check the indicator

Some car batteries have indicators on the top side of the batteries. Like this one – a red indicator means that the battery is healthy and doesn’t need a charge while a white indicator tells you that it’s weak and needs a recharge or to be replaced.

3. Tick Tock

Car battery not only provides the power to start the engine, rather, it powers all the electronics like your power seats, power windows, air conditioning and many more. So if your car battery is failing while the car’s switched off, it may reset the electronics and your clock will go back to 00:00. Also, check your lights! If it’s dimmer than usual, it may be time to call us.

4. Slow engine crank

It takes a lot of power to get your car started, and all that power is produced solely by… you guessed it, your battery. If the battery is on its last legs, you may notice that the engine cranks more slowly than usual. Try turning the ignition key and feel how fast the engine starts up. If it’s slower than usual, you got to get it tested before you’re stranded in your dodgy office car park.

5. You’ve jumped it a lot already

If you have to jump your car more than three times in a single week, it’s time to replace your car battery. The battery no longer has the capacity to hold its charge.

Compare the most common signs of a dying battery


We all spend our days driving over speed bumps and probably lost count when we get to our destination. Even though they are meant for safety purposes to slow down traffic in selected areas, some can be quite nerve-wracking.

Here, we list some of the typical speed bumps you’ll find on Malaysia roads and how each bump ranks in annoyance level.

1) The Bumple Bee

Annoyance level: ⊗⊗

Usually found around residential areas and less busy roads. Due to its wide and thick design, driving through it doesn’t cause much discomfort at a slower speed but speeding over it will definitely make your car fly.

2) Mini Bumple Bee

Annoyance level: ⊗⊗⊗

These are abundant in those lorongs where you take your shortcuts to avoid the traffic. If you overcome one of these, get ready for 10 more ahead.

3) The Rubber Bump

Annoyance level: ⊗⊗⊗

For those who like shopping malls, these are a common sight. This speed bump by itself is not a challenge but try looking for a parking spot in Mid Valley during weekends. By the time you find a vacant spot after going around 20 times, be sure to check your wheels if they are still intact.

4) The Royal Rumble

Annoyance level: ⊗⊗⊗

These are called rumble strips and they seriously do rumble your everyday life out of place. Driving through these feels as if your car is falling into pieces. “I don’t feel anything in my City.” Hold it right there, buddy. We are ranting on behalf the thousands and thousands of Peroduas and Protons out there, mkay. Peace.

5) The Let Me Cross Please?

Annoyance level: ⊗⊗⊗

These speed bumps act two ways; to slow down traffic and as a pedestrian-crossing. Not much of an annoyance but you’ll feel a strange feeling in your gut if you don’t slow down. Also, if you see any pedestrian attempting to cross, have mercy and give way lah okay.

6) The ‘Welcome’ to the Neighbourhood

Annoyance level: ⊗⊗⊗⊗⊗

This one, Mr D.I.Y. approves. The fact that these speed bumps are not installed by the authorities means that its physics are not regulated. You can almost feel the pain in your own skin going through one of these. Try to avoid roads and lanes having these around at all cost.

7)The Inverse Speed Bumps

Annoyance level: ⊗⊗⊗⊗⊗

AKA potholes. Plentiful on Malaysia roads but you’ve got to admit that these ‘bumps’ are really effective in slowing down traffics. A seasoned Malaysian driver, however, can skillfully avoid these easily.

8) The Combo

Annoyance level: ⊗⊗⊗⊗⊗

Don’t judge a speed bump by its hump, guys. If you drive towards one of these thinking it’s just a speed bump and never have you been so wrong. A not-so-happy-meal combo indeed.
Do you find speed bumps a problem in your every day’s drive? How do you deal with annoying speed bumps? If you can relate to this pain, share it with your friends!

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Howdy, Ipoh!

CARPUT has successfully expanded our service area to cover Ipoh and is ready to get you back on the road. CARPUT is a mobile application for car breakdown services. That means you will be getting reliable car breakdown assistance with transparent pricing in the palm of your hands.

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1. It’s easy, fast and safe. 2. CARPUT services come with transparent pricing. 3. Well-trained professionals are equipped with the right tools to handle your break down needs. 4. 4.9 star average ratings from customers.

Battery Delivery to Your Doorstep

We deliver to many places in Perak including Tambun, Jelapang, Meru, Menglembu, Silibin, Sri Ampang, Gunung Rapat, Simpang Pulai, Penagkalan, Station 18, Bandar Botani, Batu Gajah, Pusing, Seri Iskandar, Teronoh and others.

Flat Tyre Rescue

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If you ever experience a flat tyre, we help you change to a spare tyre so you don’t have to get your hands dirty.

We have come a long way

CARPUT has successfully rescued more than 15,000 cars in Klang Valley, Penang and Johor Bahru with the numbers growing rapidly every day. Look at these happy faces when CARPUT came to the rescue!     car battery delivery, carput. customer car battery delivery, carput. customer flyfm dj maggy

Here are what our customers have to say about our services.

Call 1800-1800-10 for immediate assistance or download the CARPUT mobile app today and be prepared for any car breakdowns! CARPUT services are available from 7AM to 11PM every day.

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Good news, Johoreans!

CARPUT has successfully expanded our service area to cover Johor Bahru and is ready to get you back on the road.

CARPUT is a mobile application for car breakdown services. That means you will be getting reliable car breakdown assistance with transparent pricing in the palm of your hands.

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1. It’s easy, fast and safe. 2. CARPUT services come with transparent pricing. 3. Well-trained professionals are equipped with the right tools to handle your break down needs. 4. 4.9 star average ratings from customers.

Battery Delivery to Your Doorstep

mekanik CARPUT We deliver to many places in Johor Bahru including Pasir Gudang, Masai, Perling, Sutera, Skudai and many more!

Trusted Towing Services

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Flat Tyre Rescue

change flat tyre If you ever experience a flat tyre, we help you change to a spare tyre so you don’t have to get your hands dirty.

We have come a long way

CARPUT has successfully rescued more than 15,000 cars in Klang Valley and Penang area with the numbers growing rapidly every day. Look at these happy faces when CARPUT came to the rescue!    car battery delivery, carput. customercar battery delivery, carput. customer car battery delivery, carput. customer  

Here are what our customers have to say about our services.

Download the CARPUT mobile app today and be prepared for any car breakdowns!

Enjoy RM50 OFF CARPUT services when 5 friends sign up using your invite code. Learn more here.

CARPUT services are available in Butterworth and Georgetown areas from 7 AM to 11 PM every day. Our services are also accessible at the hotline: 1800-1800-10.

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Accidents. Dead battery. Worn out tyres. Warning, warning and more warning lights. If you are a driver and have close to zero clues after reading the first line, read on (or just download the CARPUT app already) – because not all of us have a grease monkey buddy to get all those questions answered.

Chances are you ask a friend who you thought knows about cars better than you but they aren’t always available. Hence, we thought that the app should have something, something heroic. In this update (app version 1.8) you’ll find Captain CARPUT ready with some guides and tips that you don’t learn in driving schools.

What is Captain CARPUT? It is a collection of information that we think will be really useful for drivers and passengers on the road. It’s not an encyclopedia but we are pretty sure there is something for everyone. Here are the information that could help you on the road.

Dashboard Warning Lights

Probably our proudest ‘invention’. Have a hard time decoding your car’s warning lights? You just have to tap on the icon you want to understand better. No more flipping through the owner’s manual.

Each warning light comes with an explanation and the best course of action to get it fix.

Car Accident Guide

From the scene of the accident to getting your car fixed, you will know what to do to get out of that stressful situation.

Tyre Maintenance

Have no clue about tyre maintenance? Don’t sweat it because you will learn all about tyre maintenance under one tab.

Jumpstarting a Car

Jumpstarting a car is easy if you know the right step and having the right tools with you.
Have any tips or guides you would like to share? Hook us up and be part of Captain CARPUT. Download the CARPUT app today to access Captain CARPUT anytime at your own convenience!

The year-end holiday seasons is probably the period of the year we all look forward to. While you are clearing off your remaining annual leaves, here’s a list to prepare your car for the journey.

We have to admit that the biggest concern of any road trip to a destination far from home is a potential car breakdown and that could really ruin the vacation. Like everything else,  it’s good to start early. Do these simple checks and reduce your chances of trouble on the road.

Here’s to wishing you the most wonderful time with your loved ones. Expect the unexpected and keep calm because the best memories are made on the open road. Bon voyage!


The new Perodua Myvi sure looks tempting but believe it or not, some of us will still be visiting the used-car dealer nearby to own a good old second-hand car.

Moreover, recent flood incidents on certain parts of Malaysia will affect the industry. It simply means that flood-damaged cars will soon end up in used-car dealerships.

Afraid not, this is how to tell if the car you are interested in buying is damaged.

1. Is the car from another state?

Chances are flood-damaged cars will be transported away from flood zones to areas aren’t affected by the disaster. That’s pretty evil, right?

Months from now, when the weather is all calm and pleasant you’ll have forgotten all about the flood where the car has previously been registered.

2. Check the car’s history using VIN

You can do a complete background check on the car using its vehicle identification number (VIN). Not only you can find out if the car has been overhauled due to flood damage, but you will also know if the car has been in any major accident.

3. Hire a mechanic

If you are not confident with your own knowledge about cars, get a professional to help you out. While you might think that the car is good enough for you, a mechanic could easily spot something wrong with the car.

4. Use your nose

Seriously, your ever sensitive nostrils will instantly pick up any foul odour. Then ask yourself if the car passes your sniff test.

Smell of must, mould or mildew will be quite apparent if the car has been dipped in flood water. Also, if you notice a heavy deodorant, most likely it is too good to be true.

5. Check the carpets

Brand-new carpets do look great especially for a used car but in this case, it can mislead you to think that the car is in great condition when it is not underneath.

The same goes for the upholstery. Peel back some layer of the fabric under the carpet and in the boot to look for sign of moisture or rust.

Don’t forget to take a look at the spare tyre well.

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6. Check seat mounts and bolts

Seats are often removed in the course of drying out a car. So, when life gives you sun-dried seats, you check the seat mounts and bolts to see if they’ve been wrenched.

If you have a portable mirror with you, look out for rusty springs under the seat.

7. Check under the hood

Does the crankcase oil look like the colour of chocolate milk? That can be a sign of water intrusion. Any evidence of a water line on the firewall, the piece of panel separating the engine bay from the cabin.

8. Inspect headlights and taillights

Headlights and taillights are one of the most expensive car parts to replace. Make that to your advantage and check for evidence of a past water line inside. Another sign of water intrusion is that the lights will be foggy.

9. Check screw heads and unpainted metal

Run your finger over hard-to-reach places like gaps and crevices under the hood, under the dashboard or along the backside of a body panel. It is too much work to replace all of those screws when it’s hidden from sight. The goal is to find any dried up mud and signs of rust.

10. Take a test drive

Ultimately, like any other process of purchasing a car, you want to take it for a spin first. Check to see if all electronics work. Do the stereo speakers sound funny?
While second-hand cars are great but if you unlucky enough to own a defected car, the consequences can be really expensive. Know a friend who is planning on getting a used-car? Share this with them!

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A visit to the car workshop can often burn a hole in our pockets. We can at least save some money if we are well-informed about the general pricing of car maintenance. carput car battery delivery

Here’s an infographic to give a rough idea of how much it should cost you to service your car.
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Share this with your friends if you think they are likely to be the victim of a dishonest workshop!