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Car use, Energy / Fuel, All of UK

Cost of driving prompting motorists to cut down on car use, survey suggests

A survey of motorists suggests that more than four in ten are cutting down on driving and looking to other means such as public transport, walking and cycling because of the cost of driving.

The results of the ‘Driver Satisfaction Index’, which enlists YouGov twice a year to poll over 2,000 motorists on their current satisfaction levels, suggested that motorists feel that the Government was not on their side. Almost 8 in 10 (79%) of those surveyed claimed to be making considerable changes to...

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