Why do millennials drive less than boomers? | MNN – Mother Nature Network

A new survey published by Arity, a tech spinoff from Allstate, finds that baby boomers’ attitudes about driving are different than those of millennials, but that both cohorts are spending too much time in their cars. The average American spends 335 hours in the car each year driving 6,000 miles, the equivalent of a round trip from New York to Los Angeles.

Source: Why do millennials drive less than boomers? | MNN – Mother Nature Network

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