Mobility news now, with the revelation that petrol is – get this, right – expensive:
Average driver will spend £56,000 on petrol in their lifetime, survey claims
The average driver will spend more than £56,000 on petrol during their lifetime, a survey claims.
The poll of 2,000 motorists found that 84 per cent believe petrol and diesel is “too expensive”.Source: Independent, 21st June 2019
TAKEN FOR A FUEL: Drivers spend a whopping £56,000 on fuel during their lifetime – as 40 per cent of Brits consider switching to electric
MOTORISTS fork out almost double the average annual salary on fuel over the course of their lifetime.
Shocking figures reveal drivers spend in excess of £56,000 just to fill their tank – on top of insurance, tax, and maintenance fees.Source: The Sun, 21st June 2019
Motorists spend more than £56,000 on petrol during their lifetimes, study says
Motorists will spend more than £56,000 on petrol during their lifetime, according to a study.
The shocking figure emerged amid fears over ever-increasing fuel prices and insurance premiums, along with clean air zone fees.
Researchers found the cost of petrol and diesel is a ‘serious concern’ for drivers with 84 per cent arguing it is ‘too expensive.’Source: Mirror, 21st June 2019
Who might be inclined, commercially and financially speaking, to draw attention to the high cost of petrol?
Commissioned by EDF Energy, the research of 2,000 motorists found 40 per cent of drivers are currently considering making the switch to an electric vehicle – a move which some experts believe could save them £41,000 over their lifetime.
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