CANBERRA, Australia -- The number of registered motor vehicles in Australia has risen 24% in the last 10 years to 12.5 million, says the Australian Bureau of Statistics, which notes passenger vehicles made up nearly 80% of the total. Since 1991, the average number of vehicles per 1,000 in the population has grown from 582 to 645. Western Australia had the highest rate of vehicle ownership in 2001 with 720 vehicles per 1,000 people, while the Northern Territory recorded the lowest rate with ...

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