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How Many Cars Make Up a Mile?

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If you’ve ever wondered how many cars make up a mile, you’ve come to the right place. You can easily find out by multiplying the number of cars by the number of miles. Then, you can round up to the nearest thousand by doing the same thing for the other two numbers. For example, 3,000 miles x 700 cars per mile gives you 2,100,000, and 3 x 1000 x seven x 100 equals 2,100,000, which is the same as 21 hundred thousand.

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In 2019, Americans drove 3,26 trillion miles. While this number has been dropping since the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns in 2020, annual miles driven are still down 10.3% compared to the previous year. Interestingly, the number of miles driven by Americans varies by gender and age, with men aged 34-54 driving the most per year. In a recent survey, DOT figures revealed that men aged 34-54 are the most likely to drive and have higher insurance rates than women.

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