That's not a question that can be answered accurately. States register vehicles which is the only way to actually keep track. But some people don't properly license a vehicle for any number of reasons, yet they drive it. People move from one state to another and DMV records are never current, therefore the same vehicle could show a registration in two states. You also need to consider that one family can own several vehicles as opposed to a family that owns only one or none. A couple of years ago the DOT made an "educated guess" at about 192 million vehicles in the U.S., compare that to the approximate population count of 293+ million made up of adults and children plus an unsubstantiated number of illegal aliens likewise adults and children.
In the U.S. for every two people there is one car.
There are around 250,000,000 cars in the U.S.
around 120 people get run over by a car and die every year in the US
It's about if you have a big car really in England your allowed to drive a car when your 17.
yes you can drive but it is harm to have the car without the owner
As many as can be fitted into the seat belts (one per passenger).
Many people in the US started to own cars when Henry Ford made the Model T car less expensive.
Very few from my experience.
roughly 300 in the us!
Yes, it is legal in the US to fly a US, or other flag, from your car. Many people do that.
About 40,000 people die in car crashes in the U.S.
NHTSA 2008 stats show 2,346,000 people injured in car crashes, down from 2,491,000 in 2007.
40,000 every year in the US
In the US, 1974.
In the US nearly 115 fatal accidents per day.
I don't know how many accidents but there's about 43,000 people killed by car accidents per year. Hope that helps.
Around 2.8 infants every hour.
The World Without Us has 336 pages.