Take part in the Auto Express Driver Power survey

The UK’s most influential motoring satisfaction survey is back – and you could win thousands of pounds’ worth of prizes by taking part

Take part in the Auto Express 2014 Driver Power survey

Driver Power is the ultimate car buyer’s tool. Each year Auto Express asks tens of thousands of real-world drivers about every aspect of their car – from its running costs to its performance, from its practicality to its reliability.

The results are then compiled into a definitive Top 100 report, giving British drivers an unrivalled insight into exactly which are the most satisfying cars to buy and run.

This also includes the low-down on what motorists think about every aspect of owning a car – from the service they receive from their dealer, to how they rate their insurers and breakdown firms.

And now you can deliver your verdict on your car, dealer, insurer and breakdown firm in the 2014 Driver Power survey. What’s more, by filling in the short questionnaire, you’ll be in with a chance to win thousands of pounds’ worth of prizes.

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY

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