Age of U.S. light and heavy trucks 2015

This graph shows the average age of light and heavy trucks in operation in the United States in 2015. In 2014, the average light truck on U.S. roads was 11.5 years old. Compared with data from 2005, this figure shows that the U.S. light truck fleet's average age had increased by around two years over the last decade.

Average age of U.S. light and heavy trucks in operation in 2015

Average age in years
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Sources

Release date

November 2016

Region

United States

Survey time period

2015

Supplementary notes

The figure for heavy trucks is taken from an online article, published by fleetowner.com in November 2016.
The term heavy trucks refers to those vehicles that are grouped under Classes 4-8.

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