Nine out of ten car owners in Turkey drive less due to price hikes
More people in Turkey shut off the engine as fuel prices skyrocketed, a survey by IPSOS showed, according to the T24 web site.
In a survey monitoring 800 people across Turkey, Ipsos scrutinized the consumer behaviors about driving to work, shopping and sightseeing. The research revealed that 9 out of 10 vehicle owners drive their vehicles less than in previous periods.
Some of the results of he research are as follows:
- 91 percent of private car owners say they use their vehicles less.
- 76 percent said that they no longer go for weekend trips with their cars.
- 69 percent stopped going shopping with their cars.
- 71 percent of car-owners now prefer public transportation to go to work.