Just under half of respondent businesses (47%) would be interested in joining a car club at present
Just under a third of respondent businesses (32%) indicate that affordability would be a big incentive for joining a car club
An asterisk (*) indicates a very small base size, caution should be taken when interpreting the results
If a car club were to be introduced to the local area of your business, would you consider becoming a member for business purposes?
Base: Total sample (32)
This chart shows that
47% of respondent businesses would consider joining a car club, 34% would not consider joining a car club and 19% would not consider joining a car club but may consider doing so in the future
Incentives to join car club
Base: Total sample (19*) | *caution small base
This table shows that
32% of respondent businesses say that car clubs being affordable would provide an incentive to join one
21% of respondent businesses say that the car club being convenient and in locations near the workplace would provide an incentive to join one
21% of respondent businesses say that nothing would convince them to join a car club
16% of respondent businesses say that having access to electric vehicles would provide an incentive to join a car club
11% of respondent businesses say that a tax advantage of joining a car club would provide an incentive to join one
The car club would need to be affordable
That car club be convenient and in locations near my workplace
Nothing could convince me
Having access to electric vehicles
Sign-up to car club comes with a tax advantage incentive
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