Dominican Republic: Vehicle Fleet Increases 6%

In 2018, the number of units circulating at the national level reached 4.35 million, a figure 6% higher than that reported in 2017, mainly because of the increase in the registration of motorcycles and automobiles.

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Vehicle park of the Dominican Republic Al December 31st, 2018  

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The data correspond to the report "Vehicle Park 2019", which details the figures and characteristics of vehicles circulating in the Dominican Republic at the end of December 2018.

Out of the total vehicle fleet registered last year, 55% corresponded to motorcycles, 21% to cars, 10% to trucks and vans, 10% to Jeeps and 2% to buses. Click to interact with graphicClick to interact with graphic

Between 2017 and 2018, the total park increased by 6.2%, from 4.09 million to 4.35 million units. In the last four years, the park has grown steadily, with an average growth rate of 6.3% between 2014 and 2018.

Last year, the type of vehicles with the highest percentage increase compared to the units registered in 2016 were jeeps, with 7.3%, followed by motorcycles, with 7.1%, automobiles, with 5.1%, buses, with 4.8%, heavy machines, with 3.4%, others, with 3.5%, trucks and vans, with 3%, and tipping vehicles, with 2.2%.

Out of the total number of vehicles circulating in the country, 65% correspond to Japanese brands, 11% to US brands, 11% to South Korean brands and 7% to European brands.

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