Slovenians not willing to give up cars to reduce footprint

Slovenians are set in their ways when it comes to mobility and are unwilling to change if that means reducing their personal efficiency and comfort, a survey by Mediana for the Slovenian Automobile Association (AMZS) suggests. Most respondents use cars and one out of three drives alone to work or school.

The survey, conducted among 804 residents between 18 and 70 years of age in October 2022, saw 65% of those questioned say they use cars. Nearly half (47%) run errands by car on their own.

Only a small proportion use sustainable means of mobility, in particular young people,...

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