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Teens Driving Even Less

That sucking noise automakers hear when they look at the nearest kid is their business going down the drain. Thirty years ago, half of 16-year-olds had a driver's license. By 2010 that figure had dropped to 28%, according to research from the University of Michigan. That's because you can be connected without having to drive, of course. 

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