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Model for Calculating Average Vehicle Mileage for Different Vehicle Classes Based on Real Data: A Case Study of Croatia

Goran Pejić ; Centar za vozila Hrvatske, Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje u Zagrebu
Franjo Bijelić orcid id ; Center for Vehicles of Croatia, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture (Zagreb)
Goran Zovak ; Centar za vozila Hrvatske
Zoran Lulić orcid id ; Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje u Zagrebu

Puni tekst: engleski PDF 2.002 Kb

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Mileage data collected via surveys based on self-estimation, reports from garages and other sources which use estimations are rough estimates and differ greatly from the actual mileage. Vehicle mileage is a major factor in emission calculations and needs to be as accurate as possible to obtain reliable emission models. Odometer readings are collected annually at the periodic technical inspection in Croatia. Average mileage data were analyzed for vehicles up to 20 years of age in 2017. Vehicles were classified by curb weight and fuel type. Such classification proved to follow driver behavior and the intended purpose of the vehicle. For each vehicle class, the model was applied using the vehicle age and its population size as inputs for calculating average mileage. Real data shows that vehicles in Croatia considerably exceed the estimated mileage in the years following the first registration of the vehicle and that they cannot be compared to data collected in other studies based on estimations. The difference lies in the covered mileage after vehicles reach ten years of age. The outcome of this study has resulted in a model for calculating average vehicle mileage. The model is suitable for use in various analyses for Croatia or for countries with similar driving habits and economic status now and for years to come.

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