Why Millennials Are Turning Their Backs On Cars

Published on 19 Nov 2018, 21:07
The average American spends 335 hours in the car each year driving 6,000 miles.
According to Mother Nature Network, that's the equivalent of a round trip from New York to Los Angeles!
But what millennials think about all this, versus what boomers think, is entirely different.
About 51 percent of millennials don't believe owning a car is worth the investment.
But less than a third, or 31%, of baby boomers think owning a car isn't worth it.
Millennials tend to live in densely populated, urban areas, with transportation alternatives.
But out in the suburbs, where most boomers live, there aren't many subways or zipcars!

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