The line graph gives information about how many transports was were stolen in four European countries between 1990 and 1999.
Overall, it is clearly seen from the graph that in the middle of nineties, the stilling stealing of cars was more popular in the Great Britain than other countries.
In 1990, the number of transport stolen vehicles was almost the same in three countries (Sweden 9 per thousand, France 6 per thousand and Canada 7 per thousand). There was a gradually increase in the proportion of the theft vehicles to 13 per thousand and it leveled out at this point by 1998 before climbing minimally to 15 in 1999. Likewise, France’s number went up to 8 per thousand in 1991 and the next eight years this number fluctuated around 6 per thousand. In contrast, Canada’s proportion remained stable at 7 per thousand by 1991 before declining quickly to 5 per thousand in 1993. Between 1993 and 1999, this trend rose steadily to 7 per thousand. While in 1990, there was a slight climb in the result of Great Britain from 18 to 20 per thousand by 1992. By 1993, this level went down rapidly by 4 per thousand and climbed significantly to 21 per thousand in 1996. After three years, the trend dropped rapidly by 5 per thousand by 1999.
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