The epidemic of unskilled motorscribes

The number of car manufacturers and models available in India has swelled in recent years. Along with this, there has been a large growth in the number of road tests and reviews of vehicles done by self appointed ‘auto-experts’. With the volume of cars increasing in the marketplace, there is definitely a need for reviews as it helps buyers make a more educated choice. But are the thousands of reviews and road tests we see in the print, electronic and social media insightful and credible? I think not. Many basically parrot what is said in...


Updated Date: Feb 27, 2016 09:00 AM

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