A breakdown of the number of car per household in great Britain from 1971 to 2007, a 36-year period is presented in the line chart.
Overall, it can be seen that car ownership in Britain increased between over the year. In any case, although the proportion of households with two cars mounted slightly, the number of citizens without a car decreased.
More specifically, nearly half of a large majority of British households did not have regular use of a car. About 7% of households had two cars, yet solely around 44% belong to one car. At 2%, households with three or more cars, because this was uncommon for the number of families to own the numbers.
Next, households with one car was the most common type from the late 1970's onwards, while this figure witnessed little change. The considerably change was seen in the percentage of households belong to one car, while this level decreased gradually over the period to approximately a quarter percent in the last year. Astonishingly, the two-car households experienced a steady growth, reaching about 26% in 2007, and the proportion of households with more than two cars rose by around 5%.