The Sun reported that in a bid to reduce their office commutation bills, some people in Britain are sleeping in their cars overnight than driving back home from work every day.
The RAC and FairFuelUK survey, which found one in 16 were sleeping in their cars, also discovered that three percent have camped near workplace to save on filling up.
AdvertisementBritain issued a final plea to Chancellor George Osborne to halt next month's crippling 3 pence fuel duty hike Wednesday.
P Metabolic Problems Can Now Be Detected With The Help Of Smiley Shaped Sensor Relationship Between Stress and Seizures Identified By Imaging Study M
You May Also Like