With Electric Vehicle (EV) ownership increasing as the 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel vehicles gets closer, new research reveals that EVs are most popular amongst drivers in Reading.
As the cost of fuel remains at unprecedented levels, new research reveals almost a quarter of van drivers (24%) have turned down job opportunities because petrol prices mean certain jobs are not cost effective.
Over half of 18–24-year-olds want an even split of bills, compared to a third of over 55s, research shows
New research reveals discontent over the divide of household bills as just over three-fifths of couples (62%) don’t share costs out evenly. The latest data from MoneySuperMarket reveals British sentiments and behaviours towards splitting household bills, highlighting that only 40%
Brits spend almost £500 annually on luxury items such as toys and special treats for their pets, research shows
Latest data into pet owners’ outlook on costs and care for pets shows over seven in 10 (71%) Brits are willing to spend more on their pet than themselves.
Health and wellbeing has emerged as the strongest performing online shopping category in the UK this spring, while the home and garden sector dropped significantly, according to new research from Become Europe. Health and wellbeing saw a 319% increase