El Salvador: Figures on Vehicular Fleet - February 2016

1,018,000 vehicles are circulating in the country, of which 216,000 are motorcycles and the rest are cars, trucks and other vehicles.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Figures from the Transportation Ministry of El Salvador (VMT) point out that to date the fleet amounts to 1,018,584 units, most of them concentrated in the department of San Salvador, where official figures show 416,255 vehicles are circulating, 72,495 of which are motorcycles.

See also: "Age of the Vehicle Fleet in Central America"

According to statistics published by the VMT, the department with the least amount of automobiles is Cabañas, where 17,921 vehicles and 5,362 motorcycles are circulating.

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