Mobility in cities is evolving from a model based on ownership (of a car or motorcycle) to another based on services, in which the citizen ceases to be the owner of the means of transport to a mere user.
The workers also denounced "the lack of commitment and willingness of the company, which in order not to comply with the labor rights of the workforce alleges that there is no agreement of the sector."
The VTC operator highlights the trends in urban mobility that will prevail in the decade that starts in 2020. In most of them, Cabify highlights that it has already taken measures and will continue to take them from next year.
Russell Barber, Group Disposals Manager at Group 1 Automotive, said: “The BCA business model is unique in its breadth of services across the supply chain and offers the scale and flexibility we need to support our ambitious used car programme."
In the sector, they consider that with 50 vehicles it would not be profitable to provide the service and argue that in a city like Madrid, without covering the entire municipal perimeter, at least 500 units are needed.
In the near- to mid-term – thanks in part to new rules approved by the European Commission this year –connected technology is likely to have a more immediate impact on UK drivers than wholly autonomous vehicles.
Mat Moakes, Chief Executive of Heycar, said “By partnering with Motorway, we’re helping to fulfil this in the car-selling journey. Motorway has fantastic feedback from customers and have a shared ethos of creating a better car market for everyone, so it seemed like a natural partnership.”
The advert is What Car?’s first-ever television campaign and forms part of a larger media rollout that also includes paid social content, display and print advertising throughout the first three months of 2020.