This is pretty cool. The folks over at the “Vizual Statistix” blog mapped vehicle ownership across the country and found some pretty interesting stuff. They looked at the average number of vehicles per household, the number of households with more vehicles than people and the percentage of households without a vehicle.
The most vehicles per household are around the Northern Rockies and Great Plains, as well as northern Virginia. The nine counties with the highest averages are in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Nebraska. The nine counties with the lowest averages are in New York and Alaska. And there are lots more cool statistics on the blog page here.