"14 per cent of new cars have DAB as standard"
What's the point of reporting how many cars have something that everybody *knows* is unlikely to work reliably?
More meaningful would be the proportion that can also support DAB+ or something better.
Indeed, with ofcom still refusing to understand that current DAB is a dead duck perhaps the best thing would be for the manufacturers to gang up, bypass ofcom and install equipment that can support FM abd DAB+ but *not* support DAB.
That would surely force ofcom into what they must surely know they *ought* to be doing -- phasing out the old DAB and not promoting it.