COMPETITION in the all-important European and UK SUV (sports utility vehicle) sector has hotted up ... [more]
Tuesday, 17 October 2017
MORE than one in three car owners have started cutting back on driving to save money as motoring costs increase, a new survey claims.
Insurance market research firm Consumer Intelligence says a combination of car insurance and tax increases, coupled with rising petrol prices, is putting the squeeze on motorists — with 34 per cent claiming to have cut back on driving as a result.
In London, where drivers last year spent an average of 73 hours stuck in rush hour congestion, the figure was 42 per cent.
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