Vehicle & Mileage Trends Among U.S. Consumers
This snapshot report by Digital Media Solutions covers auto ownership information provided by consumers searching for auto warranty trends for the period of January 2017-January 2018. According to Statista data, there were 268.8 million registered vehicles in the U.S. in 2016. The sample size for this report accounted for more than 10% of registered vehicles. This data can be downloaded at insights.digitalmediasolutions.com.
The average mileage on a car in the Midwest was 35% higher than the average mileage across the country. But there was a big divide within the Midwest as mileage on cars in the East North Central region averaged 64% higher than mileage in the West North Central region.
Average mileage in the South was 5% lower than the U.S. average last year. However, the East South Central states of Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee bucked the region’s trend as their average mileage was 30% higher than the country’s average.
In the western region of the U.S., the average automobile mileage was 8% lower than the country. Mileage for the Mountain and Pacific regions were comparable, varying by just a few percent.
Average car mileage was lowest in the Northeast in 2017. The Mid-Atlantic states of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania had the lowest average ― 17% below the nation. Mileage in New England was just 10% lower than the average across the U.S.
U.S. Average Mileage
Jan 2017 vs. Jan 2018 vs. 2017 Total
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