4713.0 - Population Characteristics, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, 2006  
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MOTOR VEHICLES

In the 2006 Census, Indigenous households were less likely than other households to have reported a registered motor vehicle owned or used by them and garaged or parked at or near their dwelling (77% compared with 90%).


In Remote areas, almost two-thirds (69%) of Indigenous households had a registered motor vehicle, whereas less than half of Indigenous households (47%) in Very Remote areas had a registered motor vehicle. In contrast, other households in Remote areas were more likely to have a registered motor vehicle than other households in Major Cities (94% compared with 89%).

HOUSEHOLDS WITH REGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLES(a)(b) by Remoteness Areas
Graph: HOUSEHOLDS WITH REGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLES(a)(b) by Remoteness Areas


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