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In Italy 1,755 cars for each petrol station

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In Italy, 1,755 cars are in circulation for each fuel distribution system. The data emerges from an elaboration of the Autopromotec Observatory on the basis of the data of the ACI, the Unem (Unione Energie per la Mobilità) and the Registry of fuel distribution plants of the Ministry of Economic Development.
The processing was carried out taking into account the fact that, according to the most recent data available (updated to October 2021), the number of active fuel distribution plants in Italy is equal to 22,654 (of which 22,149 are road and 505 motorway), while the fleet of cars in circulation counts 39,755,536 units.
The Autopromotec Observatory detects the ratio of cars in circulation for each petrol station since 2011 and shows that this ratio has grown until 2017, passing from 1,607 to 1,834 cars per distributor. From 2017 to 2018 there was a decrease and then in the following years a relative stability, around 1,800. The fleet of cars in circulation decreased from 2011 to 2013, while starting from 2013 it began to rise and reached 40 million units in October 2021. As regards the distribution systems, the data show a phase of rationalization of the network and a consequent decrease in the number of distributors from 2011 to 2016, years in which it went from 23,100 distributors to below 21 thousand. Since 2016 there has been a rise, on the basis of which it can be said that in October 2021 the number of petrol stations in Italy returned to roughly the same level as in 2012.
At a regional level (data as of October 2021), Trentino-Alto Adige is the Italian region with the largest number of cars in circulation compared to the number of refueling plants, with 3,418 cars for each plant. However, the fact that many rental companies register cars in Trentino to take advantage of a favorable tax regime affects this data. At the opposite end of the ranking is Abruzzo with 1,451 cars for each petrol station.

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