Italian priests run up their auto mileage, study shows
September 17, 2009
Italian priests put nearly as much mileage on their cars than corporate executives, according to a study by an Italian insurance company. The study found that priests average about 8,100 miles driven per year, while the country's top executives averaged 8,200 miles. The national average for all Italian drivers was 7,800 miles a year-- down more than 3,000 miles from the figure set in a similar survey for the year 2006.
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