Millennials, the age group usually defined as being born in the early 1980s until about the early 2000s, have become known for their selfies, social consciousness and preference for urban living.
Now, apparently, they are becoming known for the unwillingness to get a driver’s license or buy a car.
A new AAA study reveals that 21.5 percent of people in their 20s and 30s said they have no intention of ever getting their driver’s license. That same study revealed that 55 percent of 18- and 19-year-olds say they are too busy to get a driver’s license.
Dallas Turner is one of those millennials who never got a driver’s license.
“It’s so expensive for the upkeep of a car. If something goes wrong, suddenly you owe $700, and I just don’t have it,” said Turner.