ALTHOUGH our need for travelling was heavily curtailed during the pandemic, some journeys remained unavoidable. Keeping our cars up and running over the last year has been essential, especially since the government advised against using public transport.
In this video, Harrier reporter Lucia Banks interviews Chris Banks and Nicholas Zavros, two car body repairers from Hertfordshire, about how they coped working through the pandemic. They touch upon issues such as a loss of custom and how they remained Covid-free while sharing a small workspace.
They are remaining positive and hope that business will return to normal once lockdown restrictions are lifted on June 21st.
Featured photo: Chris Banks in his shared workshop.