Table #6 : The number of vehicles registered in Australia

The table below shows the number of vehicles registered in Australia in 2010, 2012 and 2014.

The table below shows the number of vehicles registered in Australia in 2010, 2012 and 2014.

Sample Answer :

The table presents the number of registered vehicles in Australia for different vehicle types between 2010 and 2014 and the overall percentage growth.
Overall, the figures for all vehicle types increased, with passenger vehicles accounting for the majority of all vehicles in all years.
Additionally, the biggest growth could be seen in the number of registered motorcycles.
In 2010, the number of registered passenger vehicles was 11 million, compared to commercial vehicles and motorcycles, at 2.3 million and 570,000 respectively(1). By 2014, the number of passenger vehicles rose 18.2% to reach 13 million, while the number of commercial vehicles rose by 17.4% to reach 2.7 million (2). Meanwhile, the number of registered motorcycles saw the biggest growth, at 30.7%, rising from 570,000 to 745,000.
The figures for light and heavy trucks also increased over the measured period, with heavy trucks rising 10.2%, from 384,000 to 423,000, and light trucks rising 23.5%, from 106,000 to 131,000.

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