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    Study: Our apps are helping us drive less

    The next time you fume when you see the numbskull in the car next to you texting from behind the wheel, consider this: mobile-phone applications are actually causing people drive less and use public transportation more. According to a study by the US Public Interest Research Group (PIRG), mobile ...

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    Report: Young motorists driving far less than even 10 years ago

    A new study by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group indicates Americans are driving less than they were a few years ago. That drop is largely thanks to young people. Those between the ages of 16 and 34 drove 23 percent fewer miles in 2009 than they did in 2001. While it's tempting to attribute ...

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    Study: UK trend: youths care less and less about driving, owning a vehicle

    Young people don't drive. That's the gist of a British study, which found that vehicles – once tied to the act of becoming an adult – now matter less for the UK's under-21-year-old crowd. According to The Guardian:

    In Britain, the percentage of 17- to 20-year-olds with driving ...

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    Inquiring minds at Toyota want to know: how are gas prices affecting you?

    How are gas prices affecting you personally? If you drive an SUV every day, your fuel bill is surely putting a crimp in your pocketbook. Even if you drive a vehicle which gets high fuel mileage, we imagine that you're still quite cognizant of your driving habits. Do you carpool to work or when ...

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    Is this trip really necessary?

    AutoblogGreen is about keeping a self-selected group of auto enthusiasts informed about the latest advances in green auto technologies. We are the early adopters, the best-informed among our friends, the trend setters. But, in the great scheme of things, we are too few. In the great battle (and ...


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