The price of a light-truck house has skyrocketed, and there are many cities in the United States with light-tubing costs well above $1 million.
The cost of light-wheeled vehicles has risen over the years, according to a study released Wednesday by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
The average light-wheel-powered vehicle now costs $13,000.
Light-trucks are made from lightweight steel structures and can weigh between 60 and 100 tons.
Light-wheels are more commonly used for utility and agricultural purposes, but they also are used to haul heavy loads.
They are often used in construction and other industries.
The researchers at NIST said the average cost of a large light-frame vehicle was $9,000 in 2010, up from $8,000 the previous year.
The cost of the light truck for a single person is now $11,000, up more than 30 percent from the previous study, which came out in 2008.
The light-tank vehicle also is now being used in high-speed passenger trains.
Light trucks are considered a high-performance alternative to larger, more expensive heavy-duty vehicles.
It can handle more passengers and vehicles, with more space for passengers and more cargo space.
The light-weight, durable materials used to make light-wagons are known as lightweight composites.
They have proven to be durable, light, and efficient in many industries, from auto manufacturing to energy production.
Light steel construction, light-molded glass, and light-reflective windows all make up the light structures used in the light trucks.
In the light steel construction industry, light is used for structural steel and for light fixtures and other components, such as lights.
Light is also used to create light-shields, as well as to create lights for the passenger cab and other passenger areas.
The researchers estimated the average light cost of new light-powered vehicles in the country was $3,000 per vehicle in 2010.
Light trucks are also used in manufacturing and construction in many parts of the country.