The entire province has 99,200 vehicles under management. In which cars accounted for almost 61%; trucks account for more than 33%; passenger cars accounted for 3.34%, the rest being semi-trailers, special purpose vehicles, etc.
According to the results of the 2019 Population Census of the General Bureau of Statistics, on average 5.7% of the total number of households own a car. In which 9.5% of households have a car in urban areas, while in rural areas this is only 3.6%.
When both urban and rural areas are taken into account, Hanoi (12%), Da Nang (10.7%) and Thai Nguyen (10.3%) are the provinces and cities with the highest percentage of car owners.
Thai Nguyen is not a big city, but it has a high car ownership rate and is the province with the highest car ownership. On average, more than 1 in 10 households in Nguyen, Thailand, own a car.
The province manages 99,200 vehicles. In which cars accounted for almost 61%; trucks account for more than 33%; Passenger cars accounted for 3.34%, the rest being semi-trailers, special purpose vehicles, etc.
In 2019, the total number of newly registered cars in the province was 6,266 vehicles; 2020 is 6,826 vehicles and 2021 is 7,335 vehicles.
According to information from the Traffic Police Department (Thai Nguyen Provincial Police), the province had nearly 1,800 newly registered cars in the first three months of 2022, an increase of 43% over the same period in 2021 and an increase of 66% over 2019 – the time before Covid-19.
Thai Nguyen is one of the economic, cultural, educational and medical centers of the northern interior and mountainous region, a gateway to socio-economic exchanges between the northern interior and mountains and the northern delta.
Thai Nguyen is a province bordering Hanoi, located in the regional planning of the capital of Hanoi and identified as one of the regional centers of the Northern Interior and Mountainous Provinces, with a natural area of 3,562.82 km².
Thai Nguyen has 9 administrative units, including 3 cities: Thai Nguyen City; Song Cong City, Pho Yen City and 6 districts: Phu Binh, Dong Hy, Vo Nhai, Dinh Hoa, Dai Tu, Phu Luong; there are 178 municipalities, districts and cities. Thai Nguyen has nearly 1.3 million people of many ethnic groups living together.
Thai Nguyen has a convenient traffic system connecting places and international border gates: Road system with new National Highway 3 Hanoi – Thai Nguyen – Bac Kan New Market; National Highway 37 connects Bac Giang – Thai Nguyen – Tuyen Quang; National Highway 1B connects Thai Nguyen – Lang Son;
With a very convenient location in terms of traffic, 50 km from Noi Bai International Airport, 200 km from the Chinese border, 75 km from the center of Hanoi and 200 km from Hai Phong Port, Thai Nguyen is also an important transport hub for the system of roads, railways and fan-shaped river roads connecting provinces; state highway 3 connecting Hanoi to Bac Kan; Cao Bang and border gate Vietnam – China; state highway 1B to Lang Son; state highway 37 Bac Ninh, Bac Giang, Tuyen Quang; Ho Chi Minh Road; ring road 5; Da Phuc – Hai Phong river system; Thai Nguyen – Hanoi – Kep railway line, Lang Son.