Cost of fuel remains biggest concern for used car buyers

Despite the postponed fuel duty increase, motorists continue to have worries about the cost of fuel. More than 60% of respondents to a recent BCA survey cited the cost of fuel as their biggest motoring concern and one they most want to cut back on.

The BCA data, based on bespoke research conducted at the end of May and early June, also revealed motorists have been changing their driving behaviour to try to combat rising motoring costs.

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