What Vehicles are Circulating in the Dominican Republic?

In 2017, the vehicle fleet registered 4.1 million units, of which 55% corresponded to motorcycles, 21% to automobiles, and 10% to trucks and vans.

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

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Data from the "Vehicle Fleet 2018" report, which details the figures and characteristics of the vehicles that are in ciruclation in the Dominican Republic at the end of the month of December 2017. Click to interact with graphClick to interact with graph

Between 2016 and 2017 the total fleet grew by 6.3%, rising from 3.85 million to 4.10 million units. In the last four years the fleet has increased steadily, as between the years 2014 to 2017 an average rate of increase of 6.24% was recorded.

Last year the type of vehicles that reported the highest percentage increase with respect to the units registered in 2016 were jeeps, with 8.5%, followed by motorcycles, with 6.8%, automobiles, with 6%, buses, with 4.7%, heavy machinery, with 3.9%, others, with 3.8%, trucks and vans, with 3.3%, and dump trucks, with 1.6%.

Of the total vehicles circulating in the country, 66% corresponded to Japanese brands, 11% to American brands, 10% to South Korean brands and 7% to European brands. 



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