With the General Election only a matter of days away (May 6) the political leaders are canvassing for votes where and how they can but according to a new survey from the AA; at the top of the list of voter’s concerns that Brown, Cameron and Clegg could do with focusing on is – the cost of motoring.
Nearly 15,000 people were asked what policies would make them vote. Top was motoring, with cost of running a car topping the list with 51%, in second place was illegal drivers with 32% and in third were road conditions with 30%.
AA President Edmund King backed the finding saying: ‘The top three motoring concerns don't seem to be reflected well in the election manifestos - the cost of motoring is the number one issue for drivers’. Of course the 15,000 people polled were members of the AA.