Transport is a big business in the US, with companies such as American Express and Uber competing to connect people around the world with the cheapest fares.
In the UK, however, it’s a different story.
Cars are cheap, but getting a new one in the UK is expensive.
This is because British consumers are often more expensive than US customers on fuel and insurance, according to a recent study by The Economist.
That means there are less car options available in the country, making buying a new car in the States more of a hassle.
In fact, the UK average cost of buying a car is just $1,895, compared to $4,879 in the United States.
This means that buying a luxury car in London is actually cheaper than buying one in London.
Here are a few ways to get around the British pricing.