What's even worse is if you look at the amount of miles the younger (17 to 24) do the least at an average 4K year. Now pondering is the correlation onwards and upwards by age :(
And weirdly.based on that research 1 in 6 drivers drive less than 3000 miles. Omg
Cold deal but i gave hot on the detail you gave, miles options is really nice touch.
I'll stick to reality Bertie. You stick to arbitrary figures from White Papers.
No read above - your own advice is to use an arbitrary figure to deduce if to drive a diesel - city driving is type but not solely what you keep replicating. i.e. as above as you seem to have already forgotten: "You have seen me quote not to drive a diesel if one drives 8k or 10k or 12k miles per annum" And there we go stretching something that is not a fact. The fact is a filter has an expected lifespan on a continuous scale, this will have a mean and a deviation. The manufacturers have solely released the minimal expected lifespan this is fact. The white papers before their introduction into the viability gave £250K as the mean, that is a fact it is an individual published white paper funded by the EU and was what was published prior to their requirement in implementation. What the manufacturers have implemented themselves is not known and the only guidance the manufacturers have given is the minimal expected product life neither the mean and or the deviation. They have been very specific in doing so. The deduction to typical is from that point where you are confusing fact with individual occurrences discussed in forums without the number or deviation being available anywhere or released by the manufacturers. The only bit that is typical here is you confusing those occurrences and leaping to them being fact without the data to support it. Just says it all really doesn't it although not in your favour.