Normal non-alcohol Bathroom/Baby wipes won't neutralise a virus on surfaces or on your hands. You either need to wash your hands with 75% alcohol sanitiser, hot soapy water, (not usually available at rapid chargers....) or don't get the virus on your hands in the first place. (Careful use of disposable gloves without cross contaminating) If you're wiping down surfaces like your phone, steering wheel etc use wipes that include alcohol.I keep bathroom wipes in the boot and wipe down handles, buttons, screens on the charger before using it. I also keep hand sanitiser in the car to clean my hands after touching things. I wipe down my mobile after using it to commence the charge where that is required.
I just spent far longer than expected reading about bathroom wipes... looks like I am good with Dettol based on current info:Normal non-alcohol Bathroom/Baby wipes won't neutralise a virus on surfaces or on your hands.
Dettol wipes have alcohol in them so are useful for wiping down virus contaminated surfaces. We use some of those as well.