Fear of public transit crowds drives car sales up
The coronavirus outbreak has changed the way we shop and make purchases. There is evidence that auto sales are up because coronavirus has driven traffic on public transportation down.
there's evidence auto sales are up because of the Corona virus has driven public transportation down. Commute without consultation. I think you're gonna ultimately Seymour car ownership as a result of this pandemic. Auto traders Karl Brauer says. The driving public is focused MAWR on health and hygiene. The stronger force that's gonna win out here is that is the idea that you're gonna want to control your environment. No sales speak. There's also evidence this is driven up sales in the online car buying industry. We've implemented touchless delivery for customers. Car Bon A CEO Ernie Garcia says online car buying offers a sanitized experience from purchase to delivery. Will have a uniformed Carbonneau advocate that delivers the car to their door unloads the car off a flatbed truck, sanitizes the car. Analysts say this shows people are thinking differently, not just want to buy, but how to buy. I think it's causing us to realize the wonder and the fun of being able to order from home. Even when ordering cars online, because sellers are also buying into the idea of no contact e commerce during the covered crisis, the driver who proves that are too you will clean the car price, you get into it. It's apparently what consumers want to hear right now. Chris. Clock, um, NBC News.