More, and older, cars are crowding Czech roads according to figures released Tuesday by the country’s Automotive Industry Association. The number of new registered cars rose by just under 72,000 to total almost 4.6 million in the first six months of the year. But an increasing number of those cars are ageing bangers. The average age of cars on the roads has gone up to 14.29 years from 14.20 years. That is the highest figure for the last 20 years. The association said that the number of motorcycles had risen by 21.000 to exceed the one million mark.
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