Remember when we turned 16. The number one goal was a driver's license. Mobility.
We changed our own oil, and carbs weren't something you eat.
The rich kids drove their cars to school. They were cool, even though some of them were pretty nerdy.
We remembered our first ticket (Officer Bannister wrote mine) and we remember messing with girls by the side of the road.
Now, it's about Uber and the new generation doesn't care about getting a license. It's not the ultimate validation....Transition to adulthood....But we don't care about that anymore. People live in their parents basements well into their thirties.
Different world, different priorities. And nobody wants a Holley four barrel or glass pack pipes.
Millennials spurn driver's licenses, study finds