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List of U.S. states by vehicles per capita

This article presents a list of U.S. states sorted by number of light vehicles per capita. The vehicle figures are per 1,000 people.

Contents

  • 2007 Rankings 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

2007 Rankings

Map of each state's vehicles per 1000 people in 2007
Rank State Vehicles per 1,000 people
50 Colorado 340
District of Columbia 350
49 Nevada 500
48 New York 570
47 Indiana 610
46 Arizona 660
45 North Carolina 670
44 Mississippi 680
43 New Jersey 690
42 Arkansas 700
41 Florida 710
40 Texas 720
39 Rhode Island 730
38 Illinois 750
37 West Virginia 750
36 Hawaii 760
35 Pennsylvania 760
34 New Mexico 770
33 South Carolina 770
32 Oregon 770
31 Maine 780
30 Idaho 790
29 Maryland 790
28 Massachusetts 820
27 Georgia 820
26 Missouri 830
25 New Hampshire 830
24 Kansas 830
23 California 840
22 Virginia 840
21 Tennessee 840
20 Kentucky 840
19 Connecticut 860
18 Wisconsin 860
17 Oklahoma 860
16 Washington 870
15 Michigan 870
14 Utah 870
13 Minnesota 870
12 Louisiana 910
11 Vermont 910
10 Ohio 910
9 South Dakota 950
8 Delaware 950
7 Alaska 960
6 Nebraska 1,000
5 Alabama 1,030
4 Iowa 1,050
3 North Dakota 1,080
2 Montana 1,120
1 Wyoming 1,140

See also

References

  • Vehicles per Capita by State – U.S. Department of Energy

External links

  • Public figures: Where Colorado stands in the Census – The Denver Post
  • Vehicles Per Capita Infographic
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