The most developed countries are the also the same countries where its citizen enjoys life. A motor vehicle is a luxurious necessity and a basic need for every person to use when traveling to work, shopping, business and even for touring. People in rich countries can afford more than one car per household for business or enjoyment.
Let us analyze the top 10 countries who have more vehicles
Its automobile per capita is at 565 passenger cars per 1,000 people. This is a small country with less than 3 million people. It is located in Northern Europe and it has several modern four lane highways. This small country boasts of having one of the best transportation infrastructure in the world. The country has a total area of 25,000 square miles, which is 10 times smaller than Texas in the USA, thus making sense why it is imperative to drive between points instead of using air travel. The entire country has only four international airports.
Its automobile per capita is at 595 passenger cars per 1000 people. It is a small country which comprises of 7 islands which are in the Mediterranean Sea. It is a small country, thus the dependence on longdistance, local transport systems such as buses, trains and planes is not necessary. With only 121 square kilometers for parking and 595 passenger cars per 1000 people, the scramble for parking is real.
8. New Zealand
Its automobile per capita is at 597 passenger cars per 1000 people. It has high car ownership due to the beauty of the country. With movies such as Hobbit and The Lord of The Rings having been shot in this beautiful country, it falls out that, the New Zealenders prefer going for road trips so that they can enjoy the beautiful sceneries in their country.
With an automobile per capita of 605 passenger cars per 1000 people, it means that, Italy is a car loving nation. If you put into consideration that, this is the country which is home to brands like Ferrari, Maserati, and Lamborghini, it means that, it is a must have for the most affluent in this nation. It is also home forFiati Group, the best passenger car seller home and abroad.
6. Puerto Rico
It has a per capita of 629 passenger cars per 1000 people. It is a small island with an extensive network of highways to take care of the many cars. The country has new TrenUrbano rapid transit system, hundreds of buses, and regular ferry services yet most people love traveling around in their own cars.
It has an automobile per capita of 646 passenger cars per 1000 people. It is a small island which covers an area of 39,770 square miles, with most people living in a 410 square mile area which is known as the Capital Region on the west coast. There are no public railways thus forcing most people to drive around in their own cars.
The automobile per capita in this nation is 667 passenger cars per 1000 people. It is a tiny nation which is wedged between Belgium and France and it occupies an area of 998.6 square miles which is even smaller than the Rhodes Island. Its population is just over a half a million people who are well off with a GDP per capita of $107,206. This means that, when this small nation, it is very possible to spot those expensive luxurious cars on the highways and roads.
It is a country with an automobile per capita of 729 passenger cars per 1000 people. It is one of the richest small nation with a high GDP per capita salaries. They have modern roads and highways which are surrounded by beautiful sceneries and bathed in the warmth of the Mediterranean sun. they love cars to the extend they have their own car race, Monaco Grand Prix annually.
Its automobile per capita is 744 passenger cars per 1000 people. It is a small country in Central Europe, which is sandwiched between Austria and Switzerland. It has an area of 61 square miles with a populace of 37,000 people. Though it has bus stations, airports, train stations, and helicopters, the people here prefer to drive.
1. San Marino
Its automobile per capita is 1139 passenger cars per 1000 people. This is one of the smallest countries in the world with an area of 24 square miles, which is 10 times smaller than a Chicago state in the USA. It is a landlocked country with a population of 32, 576 people.
Am sure you expected to see the USA, Japan, Mexico on the list. They might have not made it on the list due to the high population in their nations, thus, even if private ownership of ownership in the USA was reduced toone vehicle per capita in the country, it will add up to 318 million cars, divide by the population, it will be way low to make it to the top 10 list.