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World: 2020: Less expenses for mobility in NRW households

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In the first Corona year with the hard lockdown, households in North Rhine-Westphalia have issued less money for mobility. Private households had a monthly 298 euros per month for cars, motorcycles and bus and train and thus almost 20 percent less paid than in the previous year, the Statistical State Office announced on Tuesday in Düsseldorf. In 2019, 371 euros per month were eliminated. The decline was expenses for bus and train as well as for your own car. Expenditure on vacation packages and hotels fell by around half: Away an average of € 133 per month was issued in 2019, so it was only 68 euros in 2020.

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The results are based on records of 1600 households. They were extrapolated at the 8.1 million private households in NRW.

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