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Posted in Mobility Insurance, on 10/07/2020

Our Future of Mobility Poll Series Continues

At the end of the summer, we launched a series of polls to capture feedback from industry thought leaders regarding the impact of COVID-19 on the future of mobility. Today, we’re here to share the results from our second poll.

As the COVID-19 crisis continues, we remain curious about it’s impact on the future of the mobility industry. Our poll series was designed to capture feedback from industry thought leaders regarding the future of the sector and, thus far, we’ve found the results fascinating.

In our first poll, we asked how long the virus will continue to impact the industry and it was obvious that, for some time to come, it will remain highly relevant - some respondents even argued that the industry will never be the same.

If you’re curious about our findings from the first poll, you can read more here.

With that in the back of our minds and daily headlines about people working from home more, traveling less, and moving out of cities, we wanted to assess whether the shared mobility sector would survive as a result. Here are the findings:

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The results are helpful, but the comments that accompanied the responses gave us some invaluable insights:

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We were pleasantly surprised by the optimistic tone in the responses and, of course, we were delighted to find that other folks in the industry had a similar view to ours - that shared mobility will thrive in the long run despite the unprecedented changes brought about by COVID-19.

That leads us to our final question in the series - who will emerge from the crisis the strongest? Click the link below to let us know what you think.

<< CLICK HERE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE THIRD & FINAL POLL >>

If you’re interested in learning more about Trōv Mobility Insurance, check out our mobility page or reach out to us at mobility@trov.com.

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