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Average number of cars per household (2011)

dark brown  >1.5

brown 1.42 - 1.5

mid brown 1.33 - 1.42

light brown 1.22 - 1.33

pale brown 1.12 - 1.22

very pale brown 1 - 1.12

white <1

Areas with the highest average number of cars per household are in central and southern England, especially the home counties commuter belt around London, the south coast of England, inland areas of East Anglia and Worcestershire. Areas with the lowest average number of cars per household are generally urban areas such as London, Manchester, Liverpool, Nottingham and Hull and also the Isles of Scilly.