The graph depicts the frequency of three different types of vehicles—vans, trucks, and tricycles—on a road at varying times of the day.
Body paragraph 1
To start with, the graph makes it evident that, at any given time, vans are the most prevalent of the three vehicles on the road, followed by trucks and tricycles. About 2-3 pm is when vans and trucks are most in demand.
Body paragraph 2
Between 1-2 pm and 2-3 pm, there are more vans on the road. After that, there are gradually fewer vans. As of 2-3 pm, there are a constant number of trucks on the road; however, after that point, they begin to decrease. The number of tricycles peaks between 1-2 pm and then gradually decreases during the rest of the day.
To sum up, vans rule the road in question for the majority of the day, and trucks are also extremely common in the late afternoon. Compared to the other two types of vehicles, there are fewer tricycles.