According to the US DOT Federal Highway Administration, the average annual miles per vehicle is 12,334 per year. This is based on a total annual miles traveled (3,049,047 million) divided by the total number of vehicle registrations (247 million). This data from 2007 but statistics like this are often a few years in arrears.
12,00010,00015,000+ for the military
Average annual mileage in U.S. is between 12,000 and 15,000
Around 13,000 miles per year.
It is, practically, impossible to say. Most nations do not record such matters. An average in the western world would be 10,000 - 12,000 miles per year
The estimated annual mileage that you give to your insurance company is just that...an estimate. Simply contact your insurance company and adjust your estimated annual mileage. They will adjust your rate accordingly and it is unlikely to have a major impact.
The average daily miles driven is about 30 to 40 miles a day. The average mileage on a car in a year is about 12,000 to 15,000 miles.
The average mileage for a year's worth of driving for an over the road trucker is about 156,000 miles. That is an average of about 3,000 miles per week.
The average annual mileage driven in the U.S. ranges between 12K and 15K. So weekly this averages out to be approx. 260 miles.
The average car mileage in Europe is about 2.518 miles per gallon. The speed of the vehicles in the town is 18.7 kilometers per hour.
There is no Average. The costs are determined by many risk factors. The most important of which are your Age, Driving Record, Vehicle Type, Zip Code or region and often annual mileage.
The average price ranges greatly depending on which year the car is from, and what the average mileage the car has. You would need to determine the year of the car, and how much average mileage it has before you are able to find a decent estimate.