Transport - New and ex-overseas vehicles registered by type (Annual) 1961–2016
Registration is the process of adding a vehicle to the Motor Vehicle Register: a vehicle, whether new or used, must first be registered before it can be licensed to be used on the road.
Registration has been traditionally confused with licensing: registration is normally carried out only once in the lifetime of a vehicle, whereas licensing is generally renewed every six or twelve months.
New: vehicle has never been used.
Ex-overseas: vehicle has been used before, but not in New Zealand.
Commercial vehicles: A commercial vehicle is a vehicle designed primarily for the carriage of goods or passengers in a commercial capacity. This group is made up of the following types: goods van/truck/utility; bus; motor caravan, and special purpose vehicle.
The headings of the source spreadsheet were edited by Figure.NZ to match the wording as per Additions to the National Vehicle Fleet statistics (http://www.nzta.govt.nz/resources/new-zealand-motor-vehicle-register-statistics/additions-to-the-national-vehicle-fleet/)
This dataset does not include vehicles that have been re-registered, or those assembled from scratch from unrelated component parts.
Data provided by
Transport Vehicle Registrations Data: New and Ex-Overseas Motor Vehicles Registered by Type (Annual-Dec) December 2016
How to find the data
At URL provided, select 'Industry sectors > Transport - TPT > New and Ex-Oseas Motor Vehicles Registered by Type (Annual-Dec)'. All variables were selected to create this dataset.
Import & extraction details
From the dataset Transport Vehicle Registrations Data: New and Ex-Overseas Motor Vehicles Registered by Type (Annual-Dec) December 2016, this data was extracted:
- Rows: 5-60
- Columns: 2-27
- Provided: 1,456 data points
Dataset originally released on:
January 17, 2017
Method of collection/Data provider
Data provided to Statistics NZ by the New Zealand Transport Agency (Motor Vehicle Register).