Good news for climate change! One-quarter of Kiwis have cut back on the throttle and are driving less than they did a year ago, according to a new AA insurance survey.
The survey also found a seven per cent drop in daily drivers since last year, with 64 per cent of respondents saying they get behind the wheel every day compared to 71 per cent in 2018. The rate has been dropping since 2016 when 75 per cent of Kiwis drove daily and 19 per cent only a few times a week.
The latest survey reports that now 28 per cent of Kiwis drive only a few times a week.
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