In Japan, they began to wash their cars less oftenDecember 17, 2019
As part of the study, experts found that the Japanese are less likely to wash cars.
GfK Japan conducted a survey in Japan and found out how often motorists in the land of the rising sun prefer to wash cars. A total of 15 thousand respondents were interviewed. According to the results of the study, about 37% of Japanese people wash their vehicle only 3-6 times a year.
Experts noted that over the past 10 years, only 11% of drivers began to wash their car more often, and 47% now wash it much less often. It is reported that this trend is associated with a decrease in the ability to wash a car in Japan and with an increase in the supply of antisplash agents.
In addition, researchers say that 51% of Japanese people wash their cars on their own, 38% use car wash services, and another 11% prefer hand-washing.
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