A breakdown of the information regarding the inhabitants who have cars in Britain over following a period of 36 years between 1971 and 2007. Overall, the proportion of two cars owner experienced a significant increase, while the percentage of household without car fell dramatically.
In the beginning era, virtually a half of citizens with no car. This is proved with the data stood at 47%, while the rate of people who have one car noticed stable around 43%. Then, figure for mankind with two cars solely in 7%. Furthermore, rich human with uncommon condition by having three cars or more showed in 2%.
Moving to a more detailed analysis, the Britain people are more likely to own one car. This is showed with the movement slightly in high percentages over all periods. The hugest change was in the percentage of individuals without car by 25% from 47% to 22%, while the rate of owning two cars rose steadily approximately 20%. In addition, the proportion of Britain with three or more cars increased steadily around 5 per cent.