Any driver knows that the costs of owning a car don’t just end when you
drive it out of the showroom, with the running costs quickly stacking up.
From one off annual payments such as Vehicle Excise Duty (road tax) and MOT to the big ones such as insurance and fuel costs, drivers spend thousands on keeping their vehicles on the road each year.
But where in the UK are driver’s spending the most? We’ve looked at our own
customer data to find out, revealing that while those in bigger cities generally pay more for
insurance, a higher annual mileage means that those in rural areas spend far more on fuel (and
overall). See the results for your local area below: