In the United States the average for vehicles-per-household is 2.28 vehicles. This is troubling, especially when we consider that the largest category in the data is household that have three or more cars (makes up 35% of the data).
Around the world, many countries in Wester Europe have high numbers of vehicles per household. Italy, Germany, and Austria all have over 490 cars per 1000 people.
Experian Automotive found that households with three or more cars are the single largest group among American car owners. The United States has a national average of 2.28 vehicles per household.
Note that 490 cars per 1000 people says nothing about the number of cars per household (and therefore should not be compared to the 2.28 vehicles per household), and 490/1000 = half a car per person.
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