In your fantasy realm perhaps, not in Britain.
The official figures have been posted and reposted.
Read them carefully before you engage in rage posting again.
I'm not rage posting, I'm mirth posting.
I'm going to give you the simplest example I can and then leave you to it
Three cars have a mileage of 50km, 100km and 150km. Averaging 100km
By using this average you assume the first and second cars will never reach 150km.
That's not how it works, the likelihood is every single one of those cars will reach 150km, but as they do they will be replaced with a car that's done zero km so the average stays roughly the same.