The graph below shows changes in percentage of households owning the car in the UK between 1971 and 2007.
The chart indicates variations in the number of cars per household in Great Britain over a period of 36 years.
Overall, ownership of motor cars in UK households increased between 1971 and 2007. In particular, the percentage of households with two cars rose, while the figure for households without a car decreased sharply.
In 1971, nearly one-half of British families did not own an automobile. However, over two-fifths of households owned one car. Few families, just under ten per cent had two cars. In 1971 households with three or more cars were uncommon.
By 2007 the one-car household remained the most common type in Britain with the data remaining stable at around two-fifths. The number of families without a car fell steadily from around one-half to around one-quarter in 2007. By contrast, the figures for households with more than two cars increased, rising to over a quarter of families. The data for families with three or more cars was less dynamic and barely rose over the 36 years.
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