英国道路上四分之一的汽车每天行驶 10 万英里

司机将汽车存放更长时间: 近四分之一的汽车现在的行驶里程超过 10 万英里,平均车龄增加 – 这就是为什么…

  • DVSA 统计数据显示,在我们道路上的 4030 万辆汽车中,有 900 万辆汽车在时钟上超过 10 万辆
  • 汽车的平均年龄也在上升, 平均达到 8.4 年 2020
  • 多种因素迫使司机保持汽车更长的时间 – 我们解释每一个
  • 记录显示,英国道路上的汽车数量越来越多,超过 100,000 时钟上的英里, 一份新报告显示.

    超过 900 万辆汽车 – 今天注册的 4030 万中的近四分之一 – 已经跑了一个多世纪, 驾驶员和车辆标准局的数据显示.

    Insurer Co-op 补充说,它现在承保的汽车平均数量近年来有所增加, 这与全国上下车辆使用年限不断增加的报道一致.

    是什么导致了这种现象? 仅仅是驾驶者想要更长时间地持有他们的汽车吗?? 半导体短缺和新车产量下降是否起到了推动作用? 大流行和生活成本危机是否产生了影响? 或者它是否证明了建筑质量的提高?

    为什么英国人的汽车保存时间更长? 一份新报告称,我们的道路上越来越多的车辆行驶了一个多世纪的里程 - 是什么导致这种情况发生?

    为什么英国人的汽车保存时间更长? 一份新报告称,我们的道路上越来越多的车辆行驶了一个多世纪的里程 – 是什么导致这种情况发生?

    根据 Co-op Insurance 的信息自由请求, DVSA 证实 9,076,909 车辆已经超过 100,000 英里 – 足以环游世界四次.

    尽管过去十年的平均年汽车行驶里程有所下降 – 尤其是疫情以来.

    在 2010, MOT 数据显示,英国汽车一年的平均行驶里程为 7,559. 这逐渐下降到 7,090 每年由 2019.

    并记录为 2020 显示大流行将年行驶里程降至仅 6,533 英里 – 一些 1,000 不到十年前,因为越来越多的人在家工作并且封锁限制了出行.

    Co-op 表示,拥有百年里程的车辆数量增加反映了其自己的数据,显示司机将汽车保留更长时间.

    它说,十分之七的政策 2018 适用于六至六岁的汽车 10 岁. 然而, 今年第一季度, 已经上升到五分之四.

    在光谱的另一端, 10 其所有汽车保险保单的 % 2018 适用于两年以下的车辆 – 这个数字在前三个月下降到只有百分之四 2022.

    这与汽车贸易机构去年共享的数字相符.

    汽车制造商和贸易商协会表示, 现在英国汽车的平均年龄是 8.4 年份 – 自有记录以来的最高数字, 拥有近 1000 万辆汽车 2008 早些时候还在路上.

    The total number of vehicles on UK roads also fell for the first time since 2009 至 40,350,714 units in 2020.

    它相当于, 35,082,800 are cars – 下 0.2 百分 – 和 4,604,861 are vans – 向上 1.7 per cent to a record high that means vans now account for 11.4 per cent of all vehicles on the road.

    The SMMT recently said the average age of a UK car is now 8.4 年份 - 自有记录以来的最高数字, 几乎 10 million vehicles from 2008 and earlier still on the road in 2020

    The SMMT recently said the average age of a UK car is now 8.4 年份 – 自有记录以来的最高数字, 几乎 10 million vehicles from 2008 and earlier still on the road in 2020

    几乎 10 million cars in use in Britain have been in service since 2008 or earlier, according to data for 2020 revealed by the SMMT a year ago

    几乎 10 million cars in use in Britain have been in service since 2008 or earlier, according to data for 2020 revealed by the SMMT a year ago

    Co-op points to the cost of living crisis and record-high fuel prices as a major influencing factor for why drivers are keeping their vehicles for longer and racking up higher mileage.

    Paul Evans, head of motor at Co-op Insurance, 说过: “看起来英国人正在对拥有汽车的生活成本采取“修补和制造”的方法, 和开车, 继续火箭.

    “虽然我们知道那部分, 可用性问题和大流行, 除其他因素外, 严重打击了新车市场, 许多人只是无法将不必要的现金花在全新的车辆上.

    “相反,让他们现有的汽车尽可能长时间地行驶更划算, 或购买二手车。’

    RAC 发言人罗德·丹尼斯(Rod Dennis)表示,该汽车集团也见证了“大的向下转变”’ 预计在短期内更换车辆的司机数量.

    在其最新的 RAC 驾驶报告中, 不到一半 (47 百分) 的接受调查的司机表示他们计划在未来三年内更换车辆, 从下 57 % 在对驾车者进行调查时 2019.

    对于那些想要更长时间保持汽车的人 – 出于经济或情感原因 – 有一种解决方案可以帮助驾驶者和企业扩展车辆’ 生活.

    一家英国发动机再制造商, 重建旧动力装置以重新投入汽车和商用车, 告诉这就是金钱,在创纪录的需求的支持下,它享受了其 76 年历史上销量最好的一年.

    剑桥郡 Ivor Searle 表示,它经历了由“宏观经济因素”引起的需求激增’ 受疫情影响 – 其中之一是自 Covid-19 袭击以来货车的使用增加.

    它目前生产高达 150 每周发动机 – 周围 7,800 一年 – which is its highest output it has ever recorded.

    Why are drivers adding as many miles as possible to their cars before switching to a lesser travelled model? We try to explain all the contributing factors...

    Why are drivers adding as many miles as possible to their cars before switching to a lesser travelled model? We try to explain all the contributing factors

    Why might Britons be keeping the cars for longer?

    With the data pointing to average registered vehicle mileage increasing a the proportion of drivers generally having older cars today than they did half a decade ago could be down to a number of reasons

    Shortage of new cars

    It’s without question that the supply crunch in the new car sector has had a huge impact in the last two years, which has caused huge delivery delays and seen registrations plummet.

    周围 1.6 million new cars entered the road annually in both 2021 和 2020, which compares to 2.3 million in pre-pandemic 2019.

    Looking back to 2016 – the record year for new car salessome 2.7million new passenger cars entered the road, which is a clear indication that the car parc’s average age will be on the rise.

    New car registrations are being hammered by the global shortage of semiconductor chips since the start of the pandemic. Sales in 2020 和 2021 are one million units behind the sector's height of 2016, 官方数字显示

    New car registrations are being hammered by the global shortage of semiconductor chips since the start of the pandemic. Sales in 2020 和 2021 are one million units behind the sector’s height of 2016, 官方数字显示








    Higher used car prices

    While there’s been a dramatic drop in sales and deliveries of new cars in recent years there has also been a drop in the number of used motor transactions over the same period.

    在 2016, 8.2 million second-hand cars changed hands compared to 7.5 百万 2021.

    然而, last year saw a 11.5 百分比增加 2020 (up from 6.75million used transactions) 和 new data released this week by the SMMT confirmed that year-on-year transactions in the first three months of 2022 have accelerated by 5.1 百分.

    Auto Trader says the average price of a used car in Britain in April has risen to £17,418, 这是 32.2% higher than it was in the same month in 2021

    Auto Trader says the average price of a used car in Britain in April has risen to £17,418, 这是 32.2% higher than it was in the same month in 2021

    A half-decade decline in both new and used car sales does point to drivers keeping their vehicles for longer periods.

    The shortage of new cars has also sent used prices skyrocketing on the back of increased demand from customers unwilling to wait monthseven yearsfor a new model to arrive due to the semiconductor supply chain problem.

    Average used car prices, 根据自动交易者, are currently around a third more expensive year-on-yearanother reason why drivers are keeping cars for longer.

    [object Window], a year-old used car is selling for more than a new one, such is the scale of demand while lead times on new model deliveries are so long.

    The cost of living crisis

    Britons are facing more financial hardship now than they have done in recent years.

    With the cost of living crisis taking grip, including both petrol and diesel holding at inflated prices for weeks, replacing a car is likely becoming less of a priority for cash-strapped drivers.

    While April provided a welcome break from three consecutive months of fuel price rises, the RAC said retailers held savings back from drivers and pocketed additional profit - a move that kept prices at a record-high level

    While April provided a welcome break from three consecutive months of fuel price rises, the RAC said retailers held savings back from drivers and pocketed additional profita move that kept prices at a record-high level

    事实上, a recent report from the Motor Ombudsman says it is growing increasingly concerned that motorists will hold back on spending on the cars more broadly during the crisis.

    It found a rise in the number of drivers who are considering delaying or cancelling their vehicle’s service this year in a bid to save moneywhich not only could devalue their motors but increases safety risks.

    Almost one in three of drivers in a new poll said they intend to spend less on motoring this year due to squeezed budgets.

    Almost a quarter of drivers without a pre-paid servicing plan for their car will delay their motor’s annual service this year, while a third said they will miss it entirely in a bid to reduce their outgoings, the survey of 2,000 motorists revealed.

    The RAC says drivers may also have changed their spending attitudes since the pandemic.

    A quarter of the 2,652 UK drivers it polled recently said they expect to use their cars less as a result of the pandemic – most likely as a result of increased home working.

    ‘But while the pandemic is likely to be a major factor behind drivers’ plans to hold on to their vehicles for longer, it isn’t the only one,’ spokesman Rod Dennis added.

    Do drivers still think 100,000 miles is high-mileage for modern-era cars?

    Paul Evans from Co-op insurance says that a vehicle with over 100,000 miles on the clock is not always an indicator that it is particularly old, it does suggest it has endured a lot of wear and tear and it is pivotal that regular servicing maintenance has been carried out.

    他补充说: ‘With the right care there’s no reason as to why such cars can’t be relied upon for many more miles.

    And there’s plenty of evidence that newer motors capable of covering far more than a century of miles

    Three-quarter-of-a-million-mile motors: We reveal the top 10 vehicles with the most examples showing in excess of 750,000 时钟上的英里

    Three-quarter-of-a-million-mile motors: We reveal the top 10 vehicles with the most examples showing in excess of 750,000 时钟上的英里

    Most common vehicles with over 750k miles on the clock

    1. LDV Maxus: 104

    2. 积极情绪转向拥有汽车: 35

    3. 流浪者 75: 33

    =4. 这张图显示了根据海军上将保险的 1980 年代电视 Minder 时最受欢迎的二手车: 25

    =4. 这张图显示了根据海军上将保险的 1980 年代电视 Minder 时最受欢迎的二手车: 25

    6. V-Class 基于梅赛德斯: 20

    7. VW Golf: 19

    =8. 奥迪TT: 16

    =8. Land Rover Defender: 16

    10. 他说,AA Cars 网站已经看到“对今天可以开走的二手车的兴趣激增”: 14

    资源: DVSA data provided to LeaseLoco, 十月 2021

    Most common vehicles with over 250k miles on the clock

    1. VW Transporter: 4,471

    2. Toyota Prius: 3,817

    3. Mercedes-Benz Vito: 2,949

    4. VW Passat: 2,456

    5. Ford Transit: 2,251

    6. Skoda Octavia: 2,109

    7. Mercedes-Benz E-Class: 1,805

    8. Peugeot Expert: 1,688

    9. Ford Mondeo: 1,402

    10. Mercedes-Benz Sprinter: 1,393

    资源: DVSA data provided to LeaseLoco, 十月 2021

    A recent report revealed there are hundreds of vehicles on Britain’s roads that are still in use despite clocking up over three quarts of a million miles.

    DVSA data shared last October showed there were 5,897 motors with more than 400,000 miles showing, 2,676 vehicles beyond 500,000 miles and even those that have covered 750,000 miles in their time.

    The most-astronomical mileage models include 35 Vauxhall Astras, 33 Rover 75s, 25 Ford Fiestas and the same amount of Focus hatchbacks.

    Jack Cousens, head of roads policy for the AA, said all of the above reasons are contributing to why drivers are adding as many miles as possible to their cars before switching to a lesser travelled model.

    ‘For those that need a car but can’t afford a replacement, most are simply keeping hold of what they have until the last possible moment,’ he told This is Money.

    '同时, the increase in used car sales coupled with better, more reliable build qualities means cars can stay on the road for longer.

    ‘Even those who have saved up for a new car are seeing delays in orders due the microchip shortage have rethought their plans.

    ‘If they need something quickly, some are dipping into the used car market even if it’s just to keep them mobile even for a short time.