The number of bicycles went up to 32.6 per 100 households, in the past year, from 30.5 in 2014, shows a publication of the National Institute for Statistics (INS), remitted upon the request of Agerpres.
The most bicycles are in western Romania, namely 52.4/100 households, while the least are in the Bucharest-Ilfov region – 17.4/100 households. Furthermore, agricultural households are home to most such vehicles, namely 46.4/100 households.
In what regards motorcycles, their numbers dropped from 0.9 per 100 households in 2014 to 0.8 in 2015.
The statistics regarding households possessing long-term use goods show that the number of PCs went up to 47.2 per 100 households, last year, from 43.8 in 2014.
Referring to Internet accessibility, it applied to 43.4 of 100 households, growing from 39.1 of 100 households in 2014. Furthermore, statistics show 165.2 mobile phones per 100 households and 24.8 landline phones.
According to INS data, 53.6 radios per 100 households were recorded in the past year in Romania, an increase from 2014, when 52.5 such devices existed per 100 households.