Tuesday August 4, 2020

Irish drivers going further

New data from Cartell.ie reveals that Irish motorists are driving further than before

20th November, 2016
Cars are being driven an average of 21,000km per year

Interesting new data research from Cartell.ie, the vehicle history expert, reveals that newer cars are being driven further now than they were before the recession really hit in 2008.

The average annualised distance travelled by a car five years of age or less in 2016 was calculated to be 21,028km. This represents an increase of 7.1 per cent over the equivalent figure for 2008 (19,635km).

To get to the result, Cartell.ie accessed the National Mileage Register to obtain...

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