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Posted May 05, 2018 06:19:08 Melbourne’s north-west has the highest proportion of car owners with two or more car ownership levels, according a new report.
The region has the lowest proportion of residents with no car ownership at 7.7 per cent.
The north-east is the most desirable for those with a car.
The study by real estate data company AFRICOM looked at car ownership and car ownership types in each of the top 50 metropolitan areas.
The report’s authors found that the average age of car ownership was around 30 and more than half of car buyers were women.
There were more than two car owners per 1,000 residents in each metro area, while about two people were car owners and two people used their car for recreation.
AFRICS data shows that women make up just over a quarter of the population in Victoria.
The average age was 33 in the North West, 34 in the south-east and 32 in the north.
While the study looked at metro areas with more than 500,000 people, it also looked at smaller cities and suburbs.
For example, the South East has just under 2.5 million residents, while the North East has more than 2.2 million.
A FRICOM spokesperson said it was a challenging data set, and that it would be interesting to compare this to other countries.
“The key takeaway is that car ownership rates are lower in areas with lower levels of car use,” she said.
The area with the highest car ownership rate in Melbourne was South Melbourne, which has an average of 3.5 people per 1.000 residents.
This is the third highest rate in the state, behind Melbourne, where it’s 6.2, and Canberra, which is 6.5.
The lowest rates are found in Adelaide with just over 1.1 people per 1000.
“As a result, the region’s average age for car ownership is at the very low end of the national average, which indicates that Melbourne is in the best position for people to be able to own a new vehicle,” the report said.
A number of Melbourne suburbs are also ranked in the top 10 for car use.
The west of the city has the least amount of car parking at just under 0.3 per cent of total car parking, compared to Adelaide’s 2.3.
The south-western suburbs of Brunswick and North Ballarat have the highest amount of parking at 1.9 per cent and 1.6 per cent, respectively.
The highest number of car parks per 1 000 residents is found in the suburbs of Bendigo, St Kilda and North Shore, with 6.7 and 7.3 parking spaces per 1 1 000.
It is the second lowest number of parking spaces in the city, behind Brisbane, with 2.4.
Melbourne is ranked in first place for the number of public car parking spaces at 3,827, compared with the state of Victoria with 2,624.
The research found that people with three or more cars used a lot of public parking spaces.
About 70 per cent were in cars, while 10 per cent used buses.
It found that those with three cars used nearly half the public parking space, or more than 40 per cent per car.
This compares with about 27 per cent for people who had one car, or three cars per car, which were also more likely to park in public.
This data comes from the Australian Automobile Association, which analysed data from the NSW Bureau of Statistics and the NSW Transport Agency.