Sample Thesis Paper
According to  this was marked by 4:1 in 1956 as compared to 1.5:1 as the ratio of persons to vehicles. We find that 83% of the household owned vehicles in 2006, with half of these reporting to have trucks or cars. 39% of these had two cars, with 12% had three or more cars.
This industry growth has had a continuous effect on the environment of Canada; the first effect is greenhouse gas emissions. The cars that were common in Canada in the 20s were Fords, Buicks, Le Roy, Durant and baker of various models. The first mass produced cars were powered by steam engines that were fueled by burning gasoline. Consequently the number of air pollutants increased rapidly.