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TRSP01: Registered motor vehicles by reporting country, unit, vehicle and time

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5/14/2024
Number of vehicles and number of vehicles per 100 000 inhabitants
31.12.
10/4/2024
6/27/2022
Statistics Denmark [BIL8].
Statistics Faroe Islands [SS03050].
StatBank Greenland [ENEMO1HI].
Statistics Finland [11ib].
Ålands statistik- och utredningsbyrå (ÅSUB) [TR013].
Statistics Iceland [SAM03101].
Statistics Norway [1960].
Statistics Sweden [FordonTrafik].
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The number registered vehicles in traffic as of 31 December unless otherwise stated in the country-specific footnotes.

For more information about the definitions in transport statistics used in this table, including pictures, see 'Glossary for transport statistics' on Eurostat.

reporting country

Denmark

Number of registered vehicles as of January 1 the next year.

Faroe Islands

Number of registered vehicles as of January 1 the next year. No clear distinction between light and heavy goods road vehicles available.

Greenland

Number of registered vehicles as of January 1 the next year. No clear distinction between light and heavy goods road vehicles available.

Finland

Figures for Finland include Åland. Number of registered vehicles includes vehicles not in traffic.

Åland

Number of registered vehicles includes vehicles not in traffic.

Iceland

No clear distinction between light and heavy goods road vehicles available.

vehicle

Passenger cars

Passenger cars seating not more than nine persons (including the driver) intended for the carriage of passengers.

Includes:
Passenger cars
Vans designed and used primarily for transport of passengers
Taxis
Hire cars
Ambulances
Motor homes
Special passenger cars (police cars, firefighter's cars).

Refers to category M1 of the UN Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3).

Buses

Passenger road motor vehicle designed to carry more than 24 persons (including the driver), and with provision to carry seated as well as standing passengers. Refers to class I and class II of categories M2 and M3 of the UN Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3).

This category also includes motor coaches, which are buses constructed exclusively for the carriage of seated passengers, excluding trolley buses. Refers to class III of categories M2 and M3 of the UN Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3).

Light goods vehicles

Goods road vehicle with a gross vehicle weight of not more than 3 500 kg, designed, exclusively or primarily, to carry goods.

Includes:
Vans designed for and used primarily for transport of goods
Pick-ups
Small lorries
Two- or threewheeled vehicles with a gross vehicle weight of not more than 3 500 kg.

Refers to category N1 of the UN Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3).

Heavy goods vehicles

Goods road vehicle with a gross vehicle weight above 3 500 kg, designed, exclusively or primarily, to carry goods.

Refers to categories N2 and N3 of the UN Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3).