TABLE F-3 Households Without a Vehicle

TABLE F-3 Households Without a Vehicle

Percentage of households

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  All occupied units Below poverty level 65 or older Black Hispanic
1993 10.3 32.7 19.7 28.0 17.5
1995 9.8 30.3 18.4 24.7 17.1
1997 9.5 29.1 17.9 24.2 15.3
1999 9.3 27.4 17.1 22.6 15.1
2001 8.8 27.2 16.9 20.9 13.4
2003 8.6 26.6 15.8 19.8 13.4
2005 8.5 26.6 15.6 20.2 11.9

Number of households (thousands)

  All occupied units Below poverty level 65 or older Black Hispanic
1993 9,793 4,512 4,017 3,114 1,155
1995 9,583 4,446 3,844 2,913 1,327
1997 9,447 4,580 3,742 2,919 1,306
1999 9,542 3,902 3,656 2,923 1,369
2001 9,342 3,977 3,697 2,783 1,311
2003 9,089 3,708 3,418 2,578 1,482
2005 9,227 4,026 3,465 2,712 1,382

NOTE: Households without a vehicle do not have a car, truck or van. A housing unit is classified as occupied if there is at least one person who lives in the unit as a usual resident at the time of the survey or if the occupants are only temporarily absent (e.g., on vacation).

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, American Housing Survey for the United States, H150 (Washington, DC: Biennial issues).