In India, a curfew has been in place since March 24, to control the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). A precautionary measure for controlling the coronavirus, many people avoid traveling. So for a long time, the vehicles were parked in one place. But now that various relaxations have been provided in the curfew, many are taking up vehicles again after a long time.
When cars are usually left unused for very long days, various problems are natural. Owners may experience problems with the battery charging and rat bites on the wires. Owners of cars are now facing such problems after a long time.
As a result, most car service centers in Chennai are now busy. This is because many people who pick up cars after a long break carry them for service. Not only the authorized service centers of the leading companies but also the private service centers are said to be busy.
“There will be only three or a maximum of four calls to service cars during the curfew,” said Tanapathy, of the Maruti Suzuki Service Center in Adyar. But at present, we are getting about 15 orders daily. ”
At the same time, most centers are said to be offering pickup and drop service to avoid congestion at service centers. For this, it seems that many part-time drivers have been hired. Call taxi drivers are among the most important people who have lost their jobs due to the curfew.