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February 26, 2014

"Why America Stopped Driving"

Demographics? Really??

(See also "The 10 Nightmare Cities Where No One Wants to Drive").

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Jack PQ

And certainly not high gas prices... (Short-term inelastic, but given a few years to adjust, it's a different story)

JorgXMckie

I find that things I want to 'get' that require driving tend to be much closer to me than in the past. If a car is merely a tool to move things [and people] from where they are to a more desirable place, perhaps the average distance of all those things has declined. It sure has in my case. Even in the past couple of years,

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