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Car Subscription – An Alternative to Buying a Car

ZAP’s car subscription is even more unique as it allows subscribers to rent out their cars on the Zoomcar platform and earn more money.

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The main highlight of a car subscription remains the no down payment clause. VOA

The dream of buying a car has many obstacles nowadays. The financing leads to a liability that lasts for years and rising new car prices ensure that this situation will not change. At the same time, the cars are getting better and public transport remains stagnant. Owning a car opens up all the freedom and mobility in the world and is a lifestyle upgrade that cannot be ignored. So how does one aspire to get a car while also maintaining some economic stability? Based on the shared economy principles, Zoomcar Associate Program or ZAP’s car subscription allows interested customers to enjoy all the privileges of owning a car – by just paying a flat monthly fee. Learn more about this option that thousands across India are enjoying.

Total Convenience and the Cost-Saving Virtues of Car Subscription

So why are people starting to consider car subscription as a serious option? One of the reasons is the effortless relationship that one has with the vehicle. Those who subscribe a car with ZAP do not have to worry about the car maintenance at all. That is a lot of money saved in the long run. A servicing request can be facilitated on the app and a team of mechanics will come pick the car up and return it once the job is done. In addition, car subscription also takes care of the insurance costs – subscribers do not have to spend a single rupee there.

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Choose from multiple payment options

Of course, the main highlight of a car subscription remains the no down payment clause. Down payments can amount to a large chunk of money, depending on the car model and other finance factors. A few lakhs in the pocket makes a huge difference. Car subscriptions allow customers to invest their money somewhere else and improve their personal finances rather than give away their savings for a car.

The Time Factor

A car subscription is perfectly suited for those are in the city for just a short term. They can enjoy owning a car without having to buy one and when they are done with their stint, getting rid of the car is a simple process. This is because ZAP’s car subscription comes in different tenures. The shortest is six months and it can go up to two or three years too.

This flexibility in subscription tenures also allows people to change their cars more often. From hatchbacks to sedans and SUVs, they get to choose from the best models that are available currently on Indian roads.

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Sharing helps in saving the monthly rent fee

Subscribe and Earn

ZAP’s car subscription is even more unique as it allows subscribers to rent out their cars on the Zoomcar platform and earn more money. This makes a lot of sense as there will be times when the car is not being used. Rather than have it sit idle, the car subscriber can share it with others for something in return. One can save up to 70% of their monthly fees by using this exclusive feature.

Also Read: Benefits of Buying Car Insurance in Dubai

The car subscription model takes care of all the concerns that one may have. It allows individuals and families to save more money while they also get to relish the pleasures of having an independent and private transport. Consider a subscription now.

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New Zealand to Ban Smoking in Cars with Children

Associate Minister of Health Jenny Salesa said the amendment is expected to take effect by the end of this year

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The law will be implemented in phases through April 2020. VOA

The New Zealand government said on Sunday that it will ban smoking in cars with children.

Once the legislation is approved by Parliament, the police will be able to give people warnings or issue a fine of 50 New Zealand dollars ($33) to smokers including those who vape, reports Xinhua news agency.

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Associate Minister of Health Jenny Salesa said the amendment is expected to take effect by the end of this year. (IANS)