What percentage of people in the world have a car?
Well, according to the most recent estimates, the world’s population is a (quickly growing) 7.6 billion, and with an estimated 1.4 billion cars on the road, that puts the vehicle saturation at around 18 per cent.
What percentage of the world drives?
Assuming at least one driver per vehicle: there are 1.2 billion drivers. According to a quick search world population is around 7.3 billion. So I think it is safe to assume that at least 16.4 percent of people are drivers. The actual number is probably more as often many drivers share cars.
Is there more cars than people in the world?
It’s happening because we’re over-producing vehicles to the point that there are now more cars than people in the world. According to A Plus, there are 10 billion cars in the world, yet only a small portion of those are active and on the road.
Which country has the most cars per person?
Countries With The Most Automobiles Per Capita
- Brunei (649)
- New Zealand (615)
- Puerto Rico (614)
- Italy (601)
- Germany (566)
- Australia (545)
- Switzerland (524) Switzerland, Austria’s neighbor to the west, has the ninth most cars per capita, with 524 vehicles per 1,000 people.
- Austria (511) Austria has 511 automobiles per 1,000 people.
How many families own a car?
According to a February study by Experian Automotive, which specializes in collecting and analyzing automotive data, Americans own an average of 2.28 vehicles per household, and more than 35 percent of households own three or more cars.