Chapter 3 All Highway Vehicles and Characteristics

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Table 3.1 World Production of Cars and Trucks, 2000–2012
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Table 3.2 Car Registrations for Selected Countries, 1960–2012
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Table 3.3 Truck and Bus Registrations for Selected Countries, 1960–2012
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Table 3.4 U.S. Cars and Trucks in Use, 1970–2012
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Figure 3.1 Vehicles per Thousand People: U.S. (Over Time) Compared to Other Countries (in 2002 and 2012)
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Table 3.5 Vehicles per Thousand People in Other Countries, 2002 and 2012
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Table 3.6 Vehicles per Thousand People in the United States, 1990–2012
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Table 3.7 Shares of Highway Vehicle-Miles Traveled by Vehicle Type, 1970–2012
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Table 3.8 Cars in Operation by Age, 1970, 2001and 2013
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Table 3.9 Trucks in Operation by Age, 1970, 2001and 2013
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Table 3.10 U.S. Average Vehicle Age, 1995–2013
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Table 3.11 New Retail Vehicle Sales, 1970-2013
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Table 3.12 Car Scrappage and Survival Rates, 1970, 1980, and 1990 Model Years
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Table 3.13 Light Truck Scrappage and Survival Rates
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Table 3.14 Heavy Truck Scrappage and Survival Rates
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