Motorists have experienced enough: rising fuel prices, increasing insurance costs, endless potholes and roadworks forming countless obstacles have resulted in near total dissatisfaction among drivers.
According to a survey by Motors.co.uk, 82% of drivers are sick of the money necessary for motoring and the state of UK roads, with eight out from 10 citing fuel costs since the major reason for their disgruntlement.
A third of motorists are actively lowering the timeframe they spend driving, while much more than three-quarters of drivers believe government coverage is not supporting them. Your website also found out that 40- to 59-year-old drivers were essentially the most upset, in step with AgeUK research showing that increases in petrol costs remain a substantial burden within the over 55s.
The latest petrol prices from Experian Catalist show unleaded petrol reaching a standard 136.61p a litre for the pumps, while diesel is 140.94p