Increase in the number of registered and decrease in the number of first registered road vehicles in the Republic of Croatia
The number of registered road vehicles amounted to 2 456 017 in 2022, which was 3.0% more than in 2021. The number of registered passenger cars amounted to 1 840 767 in 2022, which was an increase of 2.5% compared to 2021.
The number of first registrations of road vehicles amounted to 147 768, which was 2.6% less than in 2021. The number of first registrations decreased for lorries, passenger cars, special purpose vehicles and trailers, while the increase was recorded for buses, motorcycles, mopeds, road tractors, semi-trailers and agricultural tractors.
The number of first registrations of passenger cars amounted to 106 455 in 2022, which was 5.2% less than in 2021. This decline was affected by a significant decrease in the number of first registrations of used vehicles (42.8%).
Increase in casualties in road traffic accidents in the Republic of Croatia
In 2022, there were 10 005 road traffic accidents with casualties in the Republic of Croatia, which was 9.4% more than in 2021.
A total of 275 persons were killed in road traffic accidents in 2022, which was 5.8% less than in 2021. The number of injured persons amounted to 13 329, which was 11.8% more than in 2021.
1 REGISTERED ROAD VEHICLES, SITUATION AS ON 31 DECEMBER 2022
Source: Ministry of the Interior
2 ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, 2022
Source: Ministry of the Interior
Sources and methods of data collection
Data on registered motor vehicles and trailers and road traffic accidents are supplied by the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Croatia.
Data on vehicles registered for the first time include brand new vehicles as well as second-hand vehicles registered in the Republic of Croatia.
Data on killed and injured persons in traffic accidents cover all participants of traffic accidents on the territory of the Republic of Croatia, irrespective of their citizenship. A person killed in a traffic accident is any person killed on the spot or died on the territory of the Republic of Croatia within 30 days from effects of a traffic accident, irrespective of citizenship.
Motor vehicle is a vehicle that drives by using its own means of propulsion, except for vehicles on rails.
Moped is a two, three or four-wheeled road vehicle, which is fitted with an engine having a cylinder capacity of less than 50 cc and a maximum authorised speed of not more than 50 km/hour.
Motorcycle is a two-wheeled road motor vehicle with or without a side-car, including a motor scooter, or a three or four-wheeled motor vehicle not exceeding 400 kg.
Passenger car is a road motor vehicle intended for the carriage of passengers, which has, except a seat for the driver, a maximum of eight seats.
Bus is a road motor vehicle intended for carriage of passengers, which has, except a seat for the driver, more than eight seats.
Lorry is a rigid road motor vehicle designed, exclusively or primarily, to carry goods.
Road tractor is a road motor vehicle designed, exclusively or primarily, to haul other road vehicles which are not power-driven (mainly semi-trailers).
Special purpose vehicle is a road motor vehicle designed for purposes other than the carriage of passengers or goods.
Agricultural tractor is a motor vehicle designed for hauling, pushing and carrying exchangeable tools or for running these tools or for hauling trailers.
Trailer is a goods road vehicle designed in such a way that its total loaded weight rests on the road with its axles.
Semi-trailer is a goods road vehicle with no front axle, designed in such a way that a part of the vehicle and substantial part of its loaded weight rests on the road tractor.
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