What a boon the pandemic has been for plastics manufacturers (see: 2020 Santa Claus). The latest outsized example of COVID-inspired demand comes from India's Tata Motors, which is presenting newly-purchased cars and SUVs to their customers in plastic tents that they're calling "Safety Bubbles."
"Tata Motors has begun delivering its cars and SUVs in a unique setup called Safety Bubble which, according to the brand, is an added step to shield the car from bacteria and viruses. The company already delivers its cars to customers after a through sanitization process, thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic."
You reckon they wash and re-use these, or do they go straight into a nearby waterway?