According to new figures from a British motoring research organization, Tesla owners drive more miles per year in their EVs than drivers of any other car brand.

To uncover this statistic, the RAC Foundation analyzed UK Ministry of Transport test data from 516,936 vehicles over the first three years of their life, AutoExpress reports.

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Over the first three years’ of their vehicle‘s life, Tesla drivers cover an average of 12,459 miles (around 20,050 km) per year. Mercedes owners are next in line covering an average of 12,100 miles (19,470 km) per year, while Volvo drivers cover 11,578 miles (around 18,630 km) each year on average.

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