Tata Motors Safety Bubble

Tata Motors Safety Bubble

by admin | December 04, 2020

Tata Motors Corona Virus Free Safety Bubble

Sanitization and social distancing has become a mandatory process in the automotive industry, thanks to the on-going Covid 19 pandemic. All the cars are to be sanitized before delivery to the customer and the dealership must ensure that no other person gets access to the inside of the car other than the allotted customer. However, Tata Motors have gone a step further in this regard and started delivering its cars and SUVs in a unique plastic bubble known as Safety Bubble which is claimed to shield the car from bacteria and viruses even further.

Tata Motors Safety Bubble

This Safety Bubble procedure has been introduced under the “Sanitised by Tata Motors” initiative which was launched in August 2020 and also involves deep cleaning and sanitization of the vehicle along with measures to reduce direct physical contact. Tata motors will soon be introducing this Safety bubble at all it's dealerships to ensure uniform sanitization standards.

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