More proof that millennials really do love their cars
When faced with the prospect of losing access to a vehicle for an extended time, millennial drivers say they would rather go without social media for a week, lose an extra hour of sleep each day and skip one meal a day. Thatês the word from a recent survey of millennials by Enterprise. The company explored the question to remind drivers that if they are in a car accident, they will be without their car two weeks, on average.
« More than half of millennials say that if they lost access to their vehicle for an extended period, they would be forced to beg friends and family for rides.
« Nearly half of millennials say the ability to drive to work is what they value most about having access to a vehicle.
« More than one-third of U.S. drivers say they drive an average of three to four places each day.Download Bulletin PDF