When I was a teenager (you know, a couple of years back), I held off on getting my driver's license—mainly because I was scrounging to get to and through college, versus pouring savings into buying, fueling and repairing a car. Frankly, I felt very alone and odd in a world where every teenager was counting the days and minutes until his or her 16th birthday, when they could jump behind the wheel.

How times have changed. It appears that today's generation of teenagers and 20-somethings aren't all that interested in driving cars. They'd rather stay in one place and dabble with their PCs and mobile devices.

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