Post-Pandemic: A Heightened Awareness of Health, Wellness and Well-Being Features

If there is a single positive note that COVID-19 has brought to the automobile industry, it is the heightened push from manufacturers to emphasize health, wellness and well-being (HWW) environments for vehicles.

With workers returning to the workplace, people are once again spending large amounts of time in their vehicles each day. Studies estimate the daily commute is averaging 40 minutes each day. At the same time, technology has allowed healthcare to move beyond hospital walls via smart homes, smart wearable devices, and smart vehicles that can assess a person’s health and wellbeing.

According to Frost & Sullivan’s Health, Wellness and Well-being Technologies Report, HWW will appear in the form of ‘purify’ and ‘measure and monitor’ car features. ‘Purify’ will monitor air quality and track pollution. ‘Measure and monitor’ features will focus on the health of the drivers and passengers in a car and aid in emergencies.  Such features will include ergonomic seats, muscle therapy and rear seats that can be constructed for exercise activities. Location sensors can warn of allergens and biosensors can provide drunk-driving prevention, drowsiness, and many other wellness features.

Providing HWW features for cars can’t be done within the automotive industry alone. It will need collaboration from many sectors, including the healthcare industry, software enterprises, wearable manufacturers, and many more.

Car buyers will continue to want protection from Covid-19

Post-pandemic outlooks are predicting that the demand for cleanliness will remain high as consumers continue to redefine what they consider clean and safe. According to Volvo Car USA, consumers have new expectations for vehicles with a heightened interest in clean air inside of cabins. Consumers will continue to want to feel good about purchasing a car that has been thoroughly disinfected. Buyers now are making their health a priority when making that purchase and that desire will not fade as we emerge from the pandemic over the coming months and years.

NuVinAir stands prepared to offer its solution to the rising expectations of consumers that vehicles be clean and sanitized before purchase.

To give their customers the peace of mind that their vehicles have been disinfected and cleaned with the safest and most advanced solutions in the industry, dealers are flocking to NuVinAir Global’s newest product—ReKlenz-X.  This EPA-approved, eco-friendly disinfectant kills 99.9% of germs, bacteria, and viruses without compromising a vehicle’s interior. The Dallas-based company, which offers a “Total Health” suite of proprietary vehicle-cleanliness solutions and hygienic consulting for automotive business, says ReKlenz-X is an oxygen-rich formula that quickly kills bacteria and viruses by destroying their cell walls through a process called oxidation. The product contains no harsh chemicals, sticky residue, or dangerous volatile organic compounds, resulting in a clean and disinfected vehicle with no chemical smell.

About NuVinAir Global:

NuVinAir Global is a privately held, Dallas-based company providing healthier commutes for drivers and passengers around the world. They deliver a ‘Total Health’ product line that utilizes sanitization science and a patented cleaning process to dealerships, rental car companies, and other automotive businesses. NuVinAir’s patented ReStore and ReFresh treatments are used to clean the interior air of the vehicle, including the HVAC system, and remove contaminants, odor, and pollutants by dispelling a dry, hygienic vapor that reaches places that sprays and wipes simply cannot. Products and programs are sold through its franchisees, who own protected rights to their defined territories. For more information, visit NuVinAir.com and follow them on TwitterFacebook and Instagram.

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