Who buys cars during a strict lockdown with zero mobility? No one.
But who buys cars when they realise they’ll need a vehicle when things start to open up—in a world where taking public transport is a life risk? Definitely a good number of people.
According to a consumer survey run by Malaysian used car marketplace Carsome in April, 76% of its consumers are reluctant to commute with ride-sharing or public transportation. Meanwhile, in India, the pandemic could very well mean the end of the road for carpooling services carpooling services The Ken A Covid pit-stop to fix Uber, Ola’s broken pool system Read more offered by ride-sharing giants Ola and Uber.