When I buy a car, and press it into regular use, it certainly gets driven. Plenty. The commute to work alone is 100 miles. Each way.
Nothing like the surprise of a blowout on the motorway to keep you on your toes during the early evening charge up a busy M40.
So there I was, innocently trying to see how economical a Volkswagen Golf Bluemotion can go in real world conditions.
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