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Technology Might Kill The Idea Of Car Ownership -- And That's A Good Thing

The Huffington Post | Damon Beres | Posted 09.28.2015 | Technology

The American dream used to mean a good job, house in the suburbs and two-car garage.  But for kids born in the 21st century, a very different rea...

Considering Life Without Owning a Car

Jason Alderman | Posted 04.06.2015 | Money
Jason Alderman

According to an October study by U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG) and the Frontier Group, millennials are driving significantly less than older Americans.

Americans Are Moving On From Cars

AP | ADAM GELLER | Posted 05.31.2014 | Business

The '57 Chevy was still a year away when the launch of the interstate highway system kicked U.S. car culture into high gear. But six decades later, ch...

Which Would You Rather Give Up?

The Huffington Post | Tyler Kingkade | Posted 05.02.2013 | College

Millennials would rather give up driving than their smartphone or laptop, a survey commissioned by the car rental company Zipcar finds. Every othe...

Is Sharing The New Economy?

LearnVest | Posted 11.05.2012 | Money

The so-called American Dream™ revolves around ownership. Owning a house, owning a car, owning that picket fence surrounding 2.5 children (actual...

Dude, Here's Your Car

AP | DEE-ANN DURBIN | Posted 07.20.2012 | Money

DETROIT -- For car buyers seeking auto loans, happy days are here again. U.S. banks and auto finance companies are once again welcoming all kinds of ...

One Car-Less Girl

Kristina Groves | Posted 07.01.2012 | Healthy Living
Kristina Groves

I no longer felt that this car reflected who I was, that instead it represented all of the things I didn't want in my life. It was the opposite of what I wanted -- it was stifling, expensive, inefficient, and unnecessary.

7 Reasons Not To Own A Car

Taras Grescoe | Posted 06.26.2012 | Books
Taras Grescoe

Cars aren't going to disappear any time soon. They're pretty handy for deliveries and carrying loads. But as gas prices creep ever upwards, and the exurbs continue to die a slow death, we're going to be relying on them less and less.