How far would anyone drive with €50 in European countries?
(costs for fuel and road tax / tolls included)
Switzerland’s data has been excluded since the calculation was wrong: For someone that would pass only once from that route and not a citizen which would pay that amount on a yearly basis. If the road tax in Switzerland is not taken into consideration then you would also drive a distance of almost 500 km.
A reddit user asked, what the data would be like, if the question was “How far would you drive with 5% of the average salary for every given country”.
With a rough calculation you would get something like that. It’s just a calculation based on the output of the given kilometers for every country on the first question, aligned for each country according to the net average salary*.
* Data for net average salary taken from wikipedia (source)
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