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More cars, fewer freight vehicles

The number of cars has increased sharply this century: from over 6.3 million in 2000 to nearly 8 million in 2015, a 25 percent increase. Motorcycle and moped numbers also increased, but freight...

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More cars exported, fewer dismantled

More and more cars start a new life abroad instead of being dismantled in Dutch scrap yards.

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Number of hybrid cars doubled

The number of hybrid cars registered in the Netherlands rose further in 2008. From 11.3 thousand hybrid cars on Dutch roads on 1 January 2008, the number more than doubled to 23 thousand one year...

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More cars sold in 2010

Car and motorcycle sales were nearly 9 percent higher in 2010 than in 2009. With more than 19 percent, importers of new passenger cars realised the largest turnover growth.

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Car and motorcycle sales collapse

Last year, car and motorcycle sales were nearly 17 percent down on 2008. The sales collapse is predominantly caused by the worldwide recession and the lack of trust as shown by consumers and the...

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Car fleet growing faster than population

In January 2020 the passenger car fleet in the Netherlands stood at almost 8.7 million; this represented a faster growth rate than of the population aged 18 and over.

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Irene Kuin - Statistical Researcher

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Driving licence and next, a car?

Car ownership and driving licence ownership of young adult students and workers.

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Car mostly registered in man's name

Early 2011, half of over-18s had a car registered in their name. On paper, more men than women are registered as car owners.

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New cars mainly bought by companies

Companies bought nearly 26 percent more new cars in the second quarter of 2012 than in the corresponding quarter of 2011. Purchases by private individuals fell by 7 percent in the second quarter of...

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More new cars exempt from BPM

Last year, 206 thousand new passenger cars were sold which were exempt from BPM (tax on new passenger cars and motorcycles), i.e. more than 3.5 times as many as in 2009. Government revenues from BPM...

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Dutch car dealers face turnover loss

Dutch car dealers faced a turnover loss of 4.5 percent in 2008. Last year, disappointing sales figures were recorded and the trend continued into the first month of 2009, although 2 percent more cars...

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Cars average 37 kilometres a day

In 2010 Dutch passenger cars averaged 13.3 thousand kilometres a year in the Netherlands and abroad. This is 2.1 percent less than in 2009.

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Second-hand cars prices further down

Since the summer of 2007, prices of used cars have fallen continuously.

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