Carmakers urge you to stop, check, take care


The world around us has changed drastically in the last one year. Especially in the light of the destructive second wave of Coronavirus pandemic is making people do things they never did. The auto industry and the automakers are no different from this trend. The companies that are supposed to encourage people to promote mobility are urging people to remain at home.

(Also Read: Lockdown-like restrictions to hit vehicle demand for some time: Tata Motors)

Mercedes-Benz India and Volvo Cars India took to Twitter to appeal to the car owners not to travel unnecessarily. The German luxury carmaker has tweeted, “Hey Mercedes, navigate to the living room. While we continue to recover from the pandemic, Mercedes-Benz India implores you to choose the safety of your homes for your next adventure. Please venture out only if you need to #MercFromHome.”

Another luxury car manufacturer present in India, Volvo has tweeted a similar message addressing the car owners. The Swedish luxury carmaker has tweeted, “From Volvo Cars India, we hope you and your loved ones are staying safe, and at home. We urge you take all safety precautions for everyone’s safety. #StaySafe”