70% of Italian Drivers Struggle Daily With High Gas Prices

70% of Italian commuters in Milan, Rome and Naples have adjusted their daily driving habits to cope with increasing fuel costs, according to a survey conducted by Waze.

The sharp rise in fuel costs has led many drivers to cut back on non-mandatory trips (35.4%) or opt for public transportation alternatives (23.4%).

68% of drivers in Italian metros are incensed by gas costs every time they drive.

The good news is that Wazers in Italy can now work together to solve a problem that is deeply affecting their community with the launch of Waze's cheap fuel price locator.

The feature was launched in Italy this week, thanks to the hard work of the Italian map editing community, which mapped out the majority of the country's 18,000 gas stations.

Drivers in Italy will now be able to update real-time fuel prices at local stations and navigate to the cheapest petrol station along their route using Waze.

Countries to have the fuel price feature launched include the United Kingdom, Spain, Latvia, Brazil and the United States.

What have you done to cope with the rise in gas prices?

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