Which U.S. service provider is better at selling you a new car?

On Wednesday, the U.K. Office for National Statistics published data showing that car sales in the U and U.Y.S.-based services grew by a stunning 19.4% year-over-year, to a record $6.3 trillion in 2016.

The figures, which show the number of vehicles sold and the price they cost, were in line with the previous year’s sales.

That’s a huge leap from just a year ago, when the year-on-year growth was less than 3%.

The data shows that the service sector has seen a surge in popularity.

But what does that mean for the services that the British government uses to sell its cars?

The data does not indicate whether this surge was driven by the Brexit vote, a trend that could have a significant impact on car sales.

Still, it suggests that the government is trying to address the problem of car sales and service delivery.

The ONS report did show that the number, prices and fuel costs of the vehicles being sold in the UK are the most expensive in Europe.

And while the U.-sourced car market has shown a steady uptick in sales over the past decade, the overall market in the United Kingdom remains among the lowest in the world.

For a country with the lowest per capita income, a country where most people commute by car, this is concerning.

But for a country that is spending a lot of money on roads and infrastructure, this may be the best thing the government can do.