Malaga has more cars, but older

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MALAGA province has more cars on the road than ever, according to the traffic department, amounting to 749,000 cars. However, most of these cars are more than 10 years old and have been bought for a very low price as a last resource for those hit by the economic crisis.

In 2010, there were almost 5,000 more cars on the roads than in 2009.

However, sales have been falling over the past year, mainly since the end of the plans to help buyers purchase their vehicles, and local scrapyards report that they have fewer cars than ever.

Experts says that this has a negative impact on the environment as well as being dangerous to the car owners and other drivers.

 

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