And here we thought only the young folks were passing on their chance to operate a motor vehicle. Turns out that getting your drivers’ license has been steadily falling out of favor for all Americans since the 1980s.
Another day, another "Why Aren't The Millennials Buying Cars?" trend piece. Sigh. This one comes from Bloomberg, who report that aging baby boomers are buying more cars than their kids. At the risk of giving ourselves a headache, let's take a look.
As the Baby Boomer generation continues its inexorable march toward the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel, the AARP is taking a close look at the impacts America's biggest generation has had and is still having on U.S. culture and transportation since the Woodstock Festival.