Car Drivers - Statistics & Facts
Statistics and facts about car drivers
The number of people with a driver’s license in the United States rose steadily from 1988 to 2010. In 1988, the number of licensed drivers totaled 163 million and by 2010 this number had increased to around 210 million.
According to a survey, the worst drivers are considered to be in Italy, Turkey and the Netherlands, followed by Germany, France and Poland. Drivers in the United States were ranked seventh according to the survey.
Drivers in the U.S. tend to prefer American brands Ford and Chevrolet, when buying a car. In 2011, about 2 million Ford cars and 1.8 million Chevrolet cars were sold. The most successful foreign brand was Toyota, with sales of 1.45 million vehicles in 2011.
Picture: freeimages.com / dragon_art
|Number of drivers licensed in the U.S.||211,815k||Details →|
|Light vehicle sales in the U.S.||1,401,986k||Details →|
- Car brands - vehicle sales in the U.S. 2013Car brands - vehicle sales in the U.S. 2013
Leading car brands in the United States in 2013, based on vehicle sales (in million units)
- Number of licensed drivers - United States 1990-2012Number of licensed drivers - United States 1990-2012
Number of drivers licensed in the United States from 1990 to 2012 (in 1,000s)
- Licensed drivers versus general population - U.S. 1990-2012Licensed drivers versus general population - U.S. 1990-2012
U.S. resident population and number of people with a driver's license from 1990 to 2012 (in 1,000s)
- Car brands based for value - car owner opinion in the U.S. 2013Car brands based for value - car owner opinion in the U.S. 2013
- Distribution of female car owners per household in China 2013, by city tierDistribution of female car owners per household in China 2013, by city tier
- Leading car brands for quality according to U.S. car owners 2013Leading car brands for quality according to U.S. car owners 2013