For Brits, the car is the primary form of transport not just for social mobility, food shopping and long drives, but also for commuting to and from the workplace.
A Statista study conducted in February found that a massive 68% of the British population use their car to get to work, compared to just 11% of rail users, whilst under five per cent regularly use the bus network. It’s undeniable that whilst BillPlant.co.uk stated that just 13% of UK respondents polled are required to have a full driving licence to carry out their role and responsibilities, the car is an important facilitator for professionals.
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