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Amid Outcry Over fuel Prices, Pace of Vehicles’ Sale goes up in City

In the middle of the outcry over increasing prices of fuel every moving day, the sale of vehicles and setting up of new showrooms have increased in the city indicating an upward trend again in automobile industry after a prolonged pandemic whiplash.

Only PVNR Expressway carries around 17 showrooms selling different types of two wheeler vehicles from bikes to mopeds with a modern design varied with a mileage capacity. The footfall of customers too reportedly high in the automobile shop spreads on this stretch that making the route an emerging hub for automobile business on the city outskirts.

Known for myriad number of traders on a single stretch, the Attapur road under PVNR Expressway earned a moniker of nerve centre of new and emerging business where automobile showrooms are making appearance one after another as the route linking the city to several multinational companies on both the sides.

“Though the lockdown leaves a shattering impact over the automobile business, the trade carries a resurrecting ability and yet again gaining a momentum. The footfall of customers has gradually increased and showing upward trend again though the despite the pandemic whiplash has not yet completely shakes off,” informed said Managing Director Arusumilly Dheeraj, owner of ‘One TVS Showroom’ having based in three areas such Attapur, Bahadurpura and Hubsiguda.

After accelerating the trade pace in two areas such as Attapur and Bahadurpura earlier Arusumilly Dheeraj and his brother Chaitanya Reddy has brought embarked on a new automobile odyssey at Habsiguda with different types of scooter and bikes while the event witnessed the appearance of renowned Telugu film producer K.S.Rama Rao.

“Government has gradually disseminating its infrastructure and other public oriented services beyond the city limits making people think more independent about their mode of transportation. This has shoots up the sale of vehicles as people especially the IT employees and students has to drive their destinations safely and on time,” Chaitanya Reddy, another owner of the showroom.