•Fewer than half of eligible teens 19 or younger have driver's licenses, down from almost two-thirds in 1998.
•Annual vehicle miles driven by Americans ages 16 to 34 have dropped 23% from 2001 to 2009.
•Biking and walking as alternative forms of transportation have increased by 24% and 16%, respectively, among the same age group.
Is the next generation of drivers really this out of touch/un-interested with an automotive culture? discuss...