Owning a car and carrying cash ‘increasingly absurd’ in modern life



Owning a car is bcoming ‘increasingly absurd’ as it carrying cash, according to new research.
More than three quarters of people in the UK currently use a car, but three in 10 (29%) consider owning one as being increasingly unnecessary according to 3-in-1 transportation app Ubeeqo.
The research suggests consumer behaviour is accelerating towards car sharing with increasing numbers demanding the convenience without the cost of ownership. Less than a quarter (23%) of those polled consider owning a vehicle to be vital, while 4% consider it to be “totally absurd and unnecessary.”
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27 March 2017 in Regional East, Views: 41
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