Jeremy Harrison needs a new car. But during the coronavirus outbreak, he can’t just head over to a dealership for a test drive. It turns out there’s a thing or two you need to know about buying a car in a pandemic.
“The experience was totally new to me,” says Harrison, who runs an online business in Toronto.
That’s the first thing to know: It’s almost all virtual now. Harrison contacted his local Hyundai dealership. A salesman FaceTimed him back.
“He answered all my questions about the vehicle,” he says. “I also saw the insides and everything. It was almost as if I was at the dealership.”