You have probably seen in the news a campaign against SUVs with tyres being let down. This is undoubtedly a criminal act which should be condemned.
But it’s worth saying that SUVs are an irrational choice of vehicle except for the very few who have a very large family or need to transport a lot of goods. An SUV typically is shaped like a brick and has a large frontal area. Therefore it will have higher wind resistance and fuel consumption than a smaller vehicle. If you want a luxury vehicle with plenty of space inside you don’t need to buy an SUV. Even electric SUVs will have a reduced range over comparable smaller vehicles.
So my view is that SUVs should be avoided and they have certainly contributed to higher overall air pollution in the last few years. But attacking the vehicle or their owners is wrong.
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What happened to freedom of choice, this is all becoming a dictatorship country. I am surprised with your comment of “So my view is that SUVs should be avoided and they have certainly contributed to higher overall air pollution in the last few years” surely this is in contradiction to the heading of Freedom for Drivers Foundation.
To me, sitting in a regular saloon car seat is like sitting on a chair that feels like a bucket. That’s why I chose an SUV.