How Covid locks down our cars

The pandemic has wrecked the global supply chains – including the one that gets car parts from Asia to New Zealand.

This column I wrote for the Taranaki Daily News in early September 2021 tells what the outcome can be. Expensive, in a word.

Our slightly dinged car. No parts to fix it because of Covid.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/taranaki-daily-news/opinion/300400330/how-covid-locks-down-our-cars

About Jim Tucker

Supposed to be retired, after quitting journalism teaching in 2013 (after 25 years, preceded by 22 years as a newspaper journalist and editor), but find myself busier than ever with various book projects, advising law firms, and writing articles for magazines like North & South and Live.
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