Eco-van Survey results from the DfT

The Department for Transport has released results from a 2009 survey comparing owners of non and low carbon vans

The survey was designed to discover the reasons for purchasing low carbon vans compared to owners that bought normal vans and what incentives may persuade the owners of non-low carbon vans to purchase a greener more efficient variety. The primary reason for not purchasing a low carbon van was the initial high purchase cost and the impression that reliability and performance may be a problem. Reduced operating costs and concerns over the environment were the main reasons for using a low carbon vehicle. Read the full results from the study at

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