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Household rural/urban distribution of car or van ownership in England 2013/2014

Distribution of household car or van ownership in England in 2013/2014, by rural/urban classification

Household rural/urban distribution of car or van ownership in England 2013/2014 This statistic shows the distribution car or van household ownership in England in 2013/14 according to rural/urban classification. There is a clear correlation between the level of urban development and the percentage of households with no cars, thus those households in the most isolated areas had the most cars and only seven percent of households had none. Only a quarter of households in urban conurbations had two or more cars.
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Distribution of household car or van ownership in England in 2013/2014, by rural/urban classification

No car/vanOne car/vanTwo or more cars/vans
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No car/vanOne car/vanTwo or more cars/vans
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This statistic shows the distribution car or van household ownership in England in 2013/14 according to rural/urban classification. There is a clear correlation between the level of urban development and the percentage of households with no cars, thus those households in the most isolated areas had the most cars and only seven percent of households had none. Only a quarter of households in urban conurbations had two or more cars.
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