The bar chart compares the proportion of vehicle choices among yongsters chosing means of transport from some four countries, namely The Great Britain, the USA, Germany and France.
It is clear that car is the most popular option for young people. By contrast, the proportion of young people going by motorcycle is the lowest.
In Great Britain, the figure for car is around 60% while only 10% of youngsters in the country use motorcycle. The figure for bicycle is two times lower than that for car, standing at almost 30%. The US has the same proportion of car reference at around 60%. The figures for motorcycle and bicycle are lower at about 30% and about 10% respectively.
In Germany, the figures for car and bicycle do not have a noticeable difference, standing at 40% and about 42% respectively. Motorcycle is the least popular option in this country with only 15% approximately. In France, the propoprtion of car is remarkably high at over 70%. The figure is not only the highest in France, but also hgihest of all four countries given. Meanwhile, the proportions of motorcycle and bicycle are much lower at just under 15%.