My fuel diet got off to such a good start, writes Andrew. I barely went over 2,000 revs last week, and the car was used only for driving to and from work. Trips to the supermarket were done on foot, and my fuel use was slashed.
So there I was, innocently trying to see how economical a Volkswagen Golf Bluemotion can go in real world conditions.
The majority of drivers in the UK will consider changing their car for one that is more economical – unless fuel prices are reduced.
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