In 2021, the blue carthat is the cars available to politicians or officials of the state or public administration, have increased by 12,3% compared to 2020. But there is a “but”. In fact, many more administrations responded to the survey carried out compared to last year’s census.
In practice, therefore, the average number of self for administration is dropped from 3.9 to 3.6.
The analysis by Minister Renato Brunetta
To illustrate the data toAnsa was the Minister of Public Administration Renato Brunetta. In 2021 in Italy they counted 29.894 blue car, but the increase compared to the 26,627 at the end of 2020 is dictated by the fact that 80% of administrations took part in the survey, which is 21.6% more than in 2020. According to the minister, therefore, it was predictable a proportional increase:
The response is back in line with that of the 2019 census to which 82% of the entities had responded. Back then, however, there were 33,527 blue cars and that means there has been a substantial reduction. We have used the weapon of transparency to progressively bring the cars back below 30,000 and we will continue to work to make the Public Administration more efficient.
Fewer and fewer drivers
Going into detail, the 92% of the blue cars (whose numbers regarding age of service and type of power supply are unknown) are in use in one or more offices without driver (27,462 out of 29,894 vehicles), while only the8,14% employs a driver. Also from this point of view it is a decrease compared to the 2019 survey: at the time, in fact, the category with driver was 9.24%, while in 2020 it was 7.36% (but, as mentioned, the census had involved fewer administrations).
To use blue cars the most are the Common (39% of the total) with 11,517 cars available, followed by the world of health care (27%) with 8,179 vehicles.
Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.
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