NEW CASTLE, U.K. – Despite a booming car market, the U.K. continues to have fewer cars per person compared with many other European countries. The British motor industry believes the difference may be the region’s long established, but waning, love of public transport. Car sales in the U.K. are on track to exceed 2.5 million in 2002, beating the record set in 2001. But despite the fact the region has the second-largest growing car market in Europe, second only to Germany, the level of ...
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