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Our Driver Power 2017 survey is about to close; Steve Fowler is urging you to tell us about your car and be listened to by the industry! 2017-03-29 10:22 Our annual Driver Power poll is one of the UK’s most important customer satisfaction surveys. It gives car buyers an honest opinion on their potential purchases from people who should know a thing or two about their cars: owners. And with this year’s Driver Power survey about to close, now’s your chance to inform others about the good and bad points of the car (or cars) you live with every day. But it’s not only potential owners who are listening. Driver Power gives manufacturers the perfect opportunity to find out what customers really think about their cars. It’s an opportunity for them to act – and improve – that they can’t afford to miss. Unsurprisingly, it’s those who listen to their customers that do best in our Driver Power tables.
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