LONDON, July 28 (Reuters Life!) - More than half of British drivers have cut back on using their cars due to soaring fuel prices, according to a survey. Many are also taking their foot off the pedal and sticking to the speed limits in an effort to conserve petrol, the AA motoring organisation said. A Populus poll of 15,306 AA members found 55 percent had reduced their car usage, an 18 percent increase over the last four months, with 10 percent opting to cut back on having their vehicles ...
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