Tell Us How Gas Prices Affect Your Vehicle-Purchase Decision
Drivers paid around one dollar more per gallon at the gas pumps this past July compared to the same month in 2010. Surprisingly, however, nearly the same number of drivers planned to purchase SUVs, pickups and V8 engines both years, proving that car buyers have become immune to the spikes in fuel prices when it comes to their vehicle-purchase decisions. In addition, nearly one in ten surveyed planned to modify their current vehicles with aftermarket parts hoping to attain increases in fuel economy.
Now is your chance to weigh in on the issue by taking the latest September 2011 Fuel Prices survey available to VehicleVoice panelists. Simply click here, or login using the email address for which you created your account, click the “Go to Surveys” button, and follow the “Fuel Prices” link to take the survey.
Tell us how much, or how little, fuel prices are having an impact on you and the vehicle you choose to drive.
You may have taken this survey before, and you will be asked to take it again in a few months. We will compare the responses you give us today with responses we have received in the past.
Not a panelist? Create an account today by clicking here or by following the “Join Now” button to the right, and become eligible to participate in future studies as well.
There will be one $100 winner randomly selected from the first 1,000 panel members to complete this survey.
Thank you in advance for your time and continued participation!