Millenials Drive Less
Christina Cook often rides her bike from her home near downtown Orlando to day care, where she drops off her young son. She prefers the bike to the family car, a 2003 Camry with almost 200,000 miles on the odometer.
"We enjoy it [biking]," she said. "I've never felt I was inconvenienced."
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Cook, 26, is like a lot of her contemporaries, the generation of millennials who are not as enamored with the automobile as their elders — who flocked to the internal-combustion engine as a symbol of freedom and a passport to far-flung suburban homes.
A recent study by the nonprofit consumer group U.S. PIRG based in Boston found that millennials — or those born roughly from 1983 to 2000 — are driving less in favor of walking, biking and catching the bus or train, if on
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