Find the nearest city car on the smartphone, you set behind the wheel and pay only for the time you're driving in the car.
In a number of years, the recipe given to residents in many european cities as an easy alternative to owning a private car. Coronaepidemien, however, has led many users to find other ways to reach from A to B, and several studies suggest that there may be a long time before they return to the korttidslejede cars again.
This writes Automotive News Europe.
At analysebureauet Frost & Sullivan assesses so that coronaepidemien will cut a quarter of the total market for urban vehicles of the year. And in both Spain and Italy are the interest for a trip in a rented car dropped substantially, writes the media.
According to a study by the carrier Moovit is behind, it is only 1.3 percent of the italians, who have the desire to use a city car in the near future. While nearly half of spaniards according to a survey from EY-Parthenon plan to use bybilerne less or much less than before.
Eight percent of spaniards even goes so far as to say that they will never use them again.
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According to Automotive News Europe has coronakrisen hit bybilerne from two sides: first, the curfew and returns has meant that fewer have had the need to use cars to and from work, and secondly, a fear of infection kept many away.
Although the companies have the answer again by, among other things, to increase the cleaning, it has been felt in the industry, tells Shwetha Surender, who is head of New Mobility at Frost & Sullivan.
the Market for city cars was in fact weighed down by tough competition in advance, she points out.
- the Market will not reach back to the level before the covid-19 right now. We expect a slow recovery, she says to Automotive News Europe.
the Media writes, that 15 bybilsselskaber last year had to turn the key on a global scale.
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