Driving house for Christmas? Survey reveals your journey plans – Automotive Weblog

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Greater than three quarters of Brits might be counting on their automotive over the festive interval, in line with new analysis from Honda UK.

The survey of two,000 individuals additionally revealed that the commonest variety of journeys we’re planning on making is between 4 and 6 (35%), masking a distance of lower than 50 miles (29%).

Individuals in Northern Eire might be most reliant on a automotive over the Christmas and New Yr (94%), adopted by people within the East Midlands, the South West, and Yorkshire and the Humber (every 85%). These in London are set to be the least reliant on a automotive, with simply 28% hitting the highway over the festive interval.

The analysis suggests that folks desire to journey with firm as greater than two thirds (70%) are joined within the automotive by a accomplice, good friend and or baby/youngsters, whereas simply 11% of these surveyed might be travelling alone over the festive interval.

Christmas and the New Yr are a time for households to return collectively and have a good time, with presents, meals and drinks. However first, you must get all of it within the automotive. The beneath desk reveals the most well-liked issues to journey with.

Travelling With: Proportion Of Surveyed Brits
Presents 64%
Meals 47%
Procuring 47%
Alcohol 37%
Pets 24%

Consistent with the festive season, greater than 1 / 4 of individuals might be listening to a Christmas playlist (26%) whereas on the highway. Gen Z is almost definitely to take pleasure in a festive soundtrack for his or her automotive journeys, with greater than half of 18-24s (52%) listening to a Christmas playlist.

A stunning variety of survey respondents (14%) admitted to arguing with household while travelling at Christmas time.

The highest 5 passenger actions are as follows:

Passenger Actions Proportion Of Surveyed Brits
Listening to the radio 60%
Listening to a Christmas playlist 26%
Listening to a streaming service 24%
Arguing with the household 14%
Taking part in automotive video games 9%