A survey of U.K. motorists finds the soaring price of fuel has them planning to keep their vehicles longer and to drive less. British Car Auctions says the findings coincide with a new report predicting the cost of a tank of gasoline could reach ÂŁ100 ($160) by 2015. The auction houseâ€™s latest survey of 4,000 motorists shows half of respondents feel rising fuel costs eventually will force them to change to a more fuel-efficient car or alter their driving habits. About one-fifth of ...
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