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There were 2,107,000 motor vehicles in Israel at the end of last year, 3.4 percent more than in 2004, the Central Bureau of Statistics said Wednesday.
The number of motor vehicles in the country grew by 2.8% in 2004; 1.1% in 2003 - the lowest growth rate since Israel's independence; 2.4% in 2002; and 4.6% in 2001.
Israel's motorization rate - the number of motor vehicles in the country per 1,000 inhabitants - rose to 302 in 2005, from 297 in 2004, after dropping to 294 in 2003 from 296 the year before.
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