Across the United States of America, there are 281.3 million vehicles that are registered. In fact, it's estimated that approximately 95% of households in the country own a vehicle, and that roughly 85% of Americans use cars for their daily commutes to work. Not only that, but the United States ranks fifth in overall car ownership per capita from around the world.
From TitleMax, this infographic analyzes the highest and lowest percentages of car ownership from across the United States, with the data specifically focusing on the cities that have populations of at least 100,000 people. Based on the data, it's Murietta, California that has the highest percentage of vehicle owners, where it's estimated that 99.3% of the population there owns a car. There, the average number of vehicles per household is 2.36, which is also the highest average across the top 25 cities named on the infographic.
Did your home city find itself on either list for having high or low amounts of vehicle ownership?
Infographic by: www.titlemax.com