Fadi Ahmad, 33, prepares hot drinks for sale out of his Volkswagen Beetle, in Amman, Jordan February 16, 2021. Jordanian Fadi Ahmad has turned his green classic Volkswagen beetle into a coffee shop on the go as a source of additional income to meet his needs amid difficult times. REUTERS/Muath Freij

Fadi Ahmad, 33, prepares coffee for customers out of his Volkswagen Beetle in Amman, Jordan February 16, 2021. The 33-year-old man parks his classic "bug" on the road side of a Amman street every morning, and prepares hot drinks - coffee, tea and herbs - out of its trunk for drivers on the road. REUTERS/Muath Freij

Fadi Ahmad, 33, prepares coffee for customers out of his Volkswagen Beetle in Amman, Jordan February 16, 2021. He then decided to purchase his own car and open his own business out of it in 2019 to help him with his living expenses as his salary was not enough, especially amid the outbreak of Coronavirus in Jordan. REUTERS/Muath Freij

Fadi Ahmad, 33, hands coffee to a customer, in Amman, Jordan February 16, 2021. REUTERS/Muath Freij

Fadi Ahmad, 33, drives his Volkswagen Beetle in Amman, Jordan February 16, 2021. REUTERS/Muath Freij