Are you under 30 years of age and resident in the metropolitan area, is the likelihood that you will change the car often greater.
Every fifth Danish driver under the age of 30 want to change the car within 12 months. It shows a survey conducted by YouGov on behalf of the udlejningsselskabet Newspaper Denmark. The survey also shows that 38 percent of the male Danish car owners would like to change the car within the next three years, and that it is often those who live in the metropolitan area, which will change the car often.
The state Newspaper Denmark in a press release.
Once it was so, that the vast majority of which had access to a private car, were the car owners - so they had bought the car though. It is no longer. Today you can lease minilease, flexlease, a long-term lease and have the car on the subscription.
The many new and flexible ways to have a car on has given Danish drivers appetite to change the car more often than before. What the study shows in which 20 percent of drivers in the age group of 18-29 years stated that they - ideally - will switch to a different model or a newer car at least once a year.
Many of the Danish drivers - especially the young - have become aware of the new and more flexible alternatives to ownership and traditional leasing. Evolution moves in the direction of to have access to the type of carriage that match the changing needs. This means that, today, we change the car relatively frequently, which stands in contrast to owning the car, says Andrew Smith, General Manager at Avis Denmark.
For comparison want only seven percent of the total number of surveyed drivers to change the car within 12 months.
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According to the survey, men are far more interested in to change the car than women. More than one third (38 percent) male driver will change the car within three years, while only 17 percent of women.
at the same time, the study shows that drivers in the metropolitan area are more interested in to change the car than motorists in the rest of the country.
17 percent of motorists in the capital would like to change car every year or more frequently. Looking at the rest of Zealand, is it just four percent. Looking towards the south denmark, central Jutland and northern Jutland, are the numbers of respectively five, six and seven percent.
- Drivers in the capital has probably more to changing needs than motorists in the rest of the country. In one period of time is a smaller car for city driving more attractive, because it is safe and easy to get around with. But in the summer, and when the family must, on the self-drive vacation or weekend get-away in the country, is a bigger car more convenient, " says Andrew Smith.
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