Motorists’ Priorities For The 2015 Election

Saturday, 20. December 2014

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UKIP’s Nigel Farage may believe that he is onto a winner by fighting the general election on immigration policy, Labour think the same about the Health Service and Cameron on the Economy whilst Nick Clegg will no doubt fight on the first thing that comes to mind!

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But according to a latest survey they are all off beam. It seems that when Auto Express polled over 1,000 drivers they felt the most important two things that had to be addressed by the various parties, vying for your vote, were reduced fuel prices (55%) and increased speed limits (9%).

It’s true, if any of the parties are to succeed in their efforts to entice motorist voters, they should have clear policies on the aforementioned. Unfortunately, when Auto Express contacted the 4 main parties none had a specific policy for addressing these vote winning issues. For a long time now Governments have attempted to entice people onto public transport but with few exceptions they have generally failed.

We still love our cars and for many the car is essential in order to get to work or get the kids to school. So whichever party can solve the problem of continually spiralling motoring costs and added taxes to make motoring more affordable would certainly notice a swing in their favour (ooer missus). In the words of Andy Sylvester of the Tax Payers Alliance, ‘…it’s not acceptable for the Treasury to use people picking up their children or heading to work as cash cows.’

It did not surprise the Auto Express that drivers would want lower fuel costs but it came as a bit of a surprise to see that drivers wanted speed limits on certain roads increased. What do you think? Answers on a post card to Nigel Farage. By Graham Hill

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