Brisbane the 2nd least affordable capital to run a car
New figures from the Australian Automobile Association have left Brisbane motorists wondering whether it’s worth owning and running a car.
Once everything is taken into consideration, including depreciation, it costs the typical Brisbane household almost $20,000 a year which is 16.4% of average incomes.
RACQ Head of Public Policy Rebecca Michael tells Mark it’s time the state government offered motorists at least some relief by freezing registration fees.
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