New Delhi: Do you know which country has the largest number of cars in the world? America, Japan and China are very low in this list. The first name in this list is that of Gibraltar. Gibraltar is a British colony in the south of Spain. It has been occupied by Britain since 1713. Spread over just 6.8 sq km, Gibraltar has a population of only 32,669. According to World of Statistics, there are 1,444 cars per 1,000 people in Gibraltar. This includes cars, vans, buses, goods and other types of trucks, but does not include two-wheelers. The name of San Marino is at number two in this list. Where every 1,000 people have 1,300 cars.
The European country of Liechtenstein has 1,193 cars per 1,000 people. The number is 1,050 in Andorra, 910 in Monaco and 884 in New Zealand. America is at number 7 in this list. The US, the world’s largest economy, has 831 cars per 1,000 people. In Canada and Finland this figure is 790. Similarly, Malta has 786 vehicles per 1,000 people. The figure is 784 in Luxembourg and 782 in Australia. Italy has 755 cars per 1,000 people, Estonia 720, Poland 687, France 668, the Czech Republic 648, Germany 628 and Spain 627.
Japan has the highest number of cars per 1,000 people in Asia. There are 624 cars per 1,000 people. The number is 600 in UK, 591 in Qatar, 542 in Malaysia, 485 in South Korea, 395 in Russia, 390 in Israel, 354 in UAE, 254 in Turkey and 226 in China. Pakistan has 29 vehicles per 1,000 people, while Bangladesh has 27. North Korea has only 1 car per 1,000 people. Talking about India, there are 59 vehicles per 1,000 people. World of Statistics has released the list of how many cars per 1,000 people in which country, in which 51 countries have been included. India ranks 46th in this list.