The last few weeks must have been the longest time some of you have spent away from the wheel. There’s no traffic, no social gathering, no 2020 MIAS, even. And because of COVID-19, everyone has to find new and ingenious ways to stay in touch with family members and to coordinate with coworkers while working from home. With the current enforcement of community quarantine and social distancing, we wondered how car clubs and their members are fostering camaraderie during this time? Here are some of your answers.
1) Iyan Manzano: By wishing everyone to stay home and in good health. And for those who use their vehicles and skills to help and serve others be brought home safe and sound. #TheWigoClubPhilippines
Good job, Wigo Club Philippines!
2) Eric Lozada: Our kind and compassionate friends at Vios Club Philippines are braving the streets to help the LGUs disinfect areas within Naga City!
Dios mabalos, Vios Club Philippines.
3) Abul Fadhl: Sadly, we don’t talk about our trucks. We are so engrossed with our scooters that we keep sending each other’s pictures of our rides on Messenger.
While we are off the streets, we’re on our Facebook groups and Viber groups. #StayAtHome
Same as how companies have managed to shift to virtual workspaces, it looks like car clubs are also able to move their hangouts online, while others are taking it to the next level by helping out our frontliners and the community.
How about you guys? How are you bonding with the members of your car club during the community quarantine?