Autocar reveals public transport no alternative for UK drivers
Thirty percent of the younger set (those aged 17-24) said they are less keen on staying in their cars and agreed they can see a time when they will not own cars and use public transport. Other findings, according to Autocar:
"The survey also revealed that when looking to replace their current vehicle the cost of ownership was of more concern than environmental issues. Those aged 65+ placed the environment higher on their list (19%) than those in the 35-44 (7%) category and that the running costs was most important to the 25-34 group (37%)."
The survey was conducted by IPSOS MORI and asked 600 owner-drivers.
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