You’re keeping your gloves on
Sure, gloves are useful in preventing you from touching potentially contaminated surfaces. But you are still touching them with your gloves, which means you can pick up the virus on them and track it back into your car.
“If you choose to wear gloves, please discard them before getting back into your vehicle,” urges paramedic Mike Gnitecki. “I see people get back into their car with their gloves still on, which entirely defeats the purpose of using them in the first place.” Your used gloves, like any other personal protective equipment (PPE), should be thrown in a trash bin, not left lying around in your car.