"It's tough to be a driver in Britain. You're charged over the odds for parking, and for driving in cities. You're told you're destroying the planet. You have to pay more in fuel taxes than your counterparts in Europe – and much of that cash goes straight into the pockets of the taxman, rather than being invested in the roads. No wonder that, when Policy Exchange asked voters what single measure would do most to relieve the pressure on their wallets, the second most popular answer (behind lowering energy prices) was a cut in fuel duty."