Research by mobile broadband provider 3 has highlighted that 71 per cent of UK travellers would like access to Wi-Fi services in their car.
With the bank holiday weekend approaching, many Brits will be heading away for the weekend or on day-trips and the firm's research suggests that a number of people are dreading being stuck on the road and are in need of a distraction.
The study highlighted that one in three Brits would use in-car Wi-Fi to access social media sites and send emails, while one in five would catch up on some work and one in six would entertain themselves by streaming online videos.
The research was released to coincide with the launch of 3's In Car Wi-Fi product, which is priced at £59.99 and comes complete with a MiFi battery powered wireless router which allows people to access a localised wireless signal.
It also includes a mains charger, an in-car charger, a windscreen holder and 1GB of data which lasts 30 days.
3 is currently offering a number of mobile broadband deals from £10 a month. It also has an exclusive online offer which gives subscribers access to 5GB of mobile broadband for £12 a month.