The results are in from our survey of the British public asking them what penalties they’d like for annoying drivers.
Whether it’s hogging the motorway middle lane, tail-gating or driving too slowly, it would appear that many drivers have little sympathy for their fellow motorists.
Diesel dominated new car leasing in 2018 despite growing environmental concerns over the fuel. Our figures show that more than three quarters of cars leased with us during 2018 were diesel powered. The figures also show that hybrid and electric cars are still yet to gain a real foothold on the leasing market, making up less than 7% of total leases.
New car buyers are turning to leasing their cars in growing numbers as Brexit closes in, as we reported record numbers for 2018 with a 58% increase over 2017 figures.
Despite sales of new diesel cars tumbling by more than 300,000 vehicles so far in 2018, demand for the out-of-favour fuel is proving more popular than ever with those less concerned by falling residual prices.