Användning av personbilar ägda av juridiska personer: jämförelse av registrerings- och stationeringskommun

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Mohammad-Reza Yahya

There is a demand among Swedish municipalities for vehicle statistics broken down by municipal level. The statistics can be used for estimates of traffic volume or descriptions of the car fleet. Vehicles can, however, be registered in a municipality due to the Swedish Road Traffic Registry but completely or predominantly be located/stationed in another municipality, here referred as stationing municipality. The statistics can then be misleading. This problem is assumed to be greatest for vehicles owned by juridical persons. This study has examined the proportion of the juridical owned passenger cars’ total mileage driven in the municipality they are registered in according to the Road Traffic Registry. A short questionnaire was sent in January 2015 to a sample of 2 000 juridical persons who owned a passenger car. The survey, which also was accessible in a web version, also contained questions about stationing municipality (if the car was stationed anywhere else than in the registration municipality) type of car ownership and its use. The response rate was 52 percent.

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