Fiat has become the first car firm in the UK to launch a ‘Pay As You Go’ finance deal where the average commuter can drive a brand-new vehicle to work for less than £10.50 per day.
The government continues to advise against the use of trains and buses where possible, despite lockdown starting to ease.
And research by Fiat has revealed 35 per cent of motorists are considering driving more to avoid using public transport.
The car giant has responded with a groundbreaking deal on the Fiat 500, where the driver pays an upfront fee of £99 and then £99 per month plus 19.2 pence for every mile they cover.
The new car deal, which uses black box technology to track vehicle movements and calculate payments, includes road tax and roadside recovery and is around a third cheaper than the average £15.25 per day commute for a London worker.