In connection with the spread of the epidemic of the coronavirus, a rental companies that lost their clients are forced to seek sites for their cars. So, on the Hawaiian island of Maui in a cane field has placed a giant “cemetery” from 18 thousand cars, says the Maui News.
Most of these cars were served by one of the busiest airports in the state of Kahului. And since the pandemic COVID-19 all the Islands become completely isolated from the mainland, which subsequently led to the loss of most customers. However, such Parking continues to increase.
From a full fleet of local companies, which today is about 20 thousand cars, currently in demand of about 2.5 thousand cars. In this regard, the “field” the Park stretches about a hundred kilometers, and the distance between adjacent cars is sometimes reduced to a few centimeters.
Due to the ongoing epidemic of coronavirus, car hire is becoming less popular not only on Islands but also on mainland. In this connection, American Association of car rental has appealed to the authorities to support the industry.
Such a cramped Parking lot are not always safe because in case of fire one car fire may cover a significant portion of the fleet. It happened in the Parking lot karteninhaber car near the international airport Fort Myers, where the fire destroyed 3.5 thousand cars.