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Most cars recently registered in Latvia are over 11 years old

Of the 18,827 cars registered in Latvia in the first five months of this year, 59,5% or 11,278 vehicles are 11 to 29 years old, according to information compiled by the Automotive Association, LETA reported June 14.

Meanwhile, 16.6% or 3,147 cars were aged between eight and ten, 12.7% or 2,420 vehicles - aged five to seven, 9.3% or 1783 vehicles - aged one to four, 0.4% or 135 cars - aged over 30, while the least - 0.3% of the total market share, or 64 vehicles - were under one year.

During the first five months of this year, 18,827 second-hand passenger cars were registered in Latvia, up by 26.7% over the same period last year, according to information compiled by the Automotive Association.

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