As we have heard from statistics abroad, teenagers just don't care about driving anymore.
The cache of having a car has been completely lost.
And, that's with good reason. Not only are we in one of the worst economic times, additionally, we are living in a world that is being brought to us rather than making society seek it out. Think: anything and everything you could possible need can be found after a few keystrokes beginning with "www."
On top of this, it seems that we have been raising a generation of young'ns that do not see the ultimate value in a product that is creating so much devastation to our planet.
**For the full details, take a peek into the National Motorists Association's recent article by clicking "Read Article"
There have been some articles published recently that mention a drop in the number of teenagers getting their drivers license. Here’s an excerpt from one such article:
From 2004 to 2008, the number of licenses issued to minors fell by about nine percent, from 65,243 to 58,994.
During the same period, the number of 15 to 19 year olds in the state grew by about 14 percent, from 293,076 to 333,246, according to an estimate from the U.S. Census Bureau.
So, why is this happening?
First, let’s look at the reasons why young people have traditionally hungered for a drivers license...
[Source: National Motorists Association]
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