on average i would say two cars for an average family of four plus
The number of cars that an average family in Canada owns is two. Most of the average families have both parents working.
Average? None or as close to it to make it none.
2. 2. 2
The exact figure is a decimal. Between two and three cars is the American average.
In 1958 the average family owned one. Very few families had two vehicles.
Usually a family own only one car. If they have two or more, it means that people are wealthy.
Anywhere from 1-100s, depending on income and how much they use/like cars. On average, it's about 8-10 cars.
The usual number is 1. Thank you for the question, Purple10moki or Morgan
Well.... There are 2 cars per every 1,000 people
About two to three, sometimes people tend to have about four but that is usually the most, on average.
The deceased and two undertakers in the first, (called the 'hearse') followed by immediate family in a limo or their own cars, then other family in their own cars, and close friends following. A preacher or clergy is also at the front.
all the people in Jamaica that own cars
About 70-80%. Most of America grew when cars could get sold more, so an average American is simply helpless without a car.
i think 0 cars
Messi stinks but has a lot of cars
No many today. Cars are too sophisticated for the average untrained person to work on their own car. My guess would be no more than 10% at the most.