High street branches, shops, libraries and local community centers are becoming unprofitable in a digital age. Some banks and government agencies are resorting to vehicles which drive to different locations over the week. The vehicles benefit from one-way vision windows to give privacy to workers and customers inside, which are often parked in very public locations. This also provides the opportunity to add branding and graphics to the outside of windows to promote the services on offer.
The UK Government used the concept for a travelling library of British inventions, which included Contra Vision on the windows. Contra Vision was also one of the top 100 British inventions which were showcased inside.
Lloyds Bank also used a vehicle to reach rural communications requiring banking services.