Luxembourg has the highest “motorisation rate” amongst the EU Member States with 662 passenger cars per 1000 inhabitants, according to Eurostat.
This figure may be influenced by cross-border workers (i.e. not inhabitants) using company cars registered in the country. In second place follows Italy with 625 cars per 1000 inhabitants. Other countries with a high motorisation rate include Malta (615 cars), Finland (604 cars) and Cyprus (595 cars).