The Economist ran an interesting graph yesterday — car ownership per 1,000 people in select countries on both sides of the Atlantic. And the U.S. didn’t top the list…
|Car ownership per 1,000 population (Economist)|
America ranks sixteenth in the world, while Luxembourg comes in at number one, with 647 cars for every 1,000 of its residents.
Peter Cassata is associate editor of the Atlantic Council.