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15Gen Y car shoppers overtake Gen X buyers, still trail boomers

Generation Y has overtaken Generation X among car shoppers, according to a new report on US retail vehicle sales from J.D. Power.

6Road Safety Improves For Senior Citizens

Study says seniors have reduced fatal accidents faster than middle-aged counterparts

Senior citizens are safer on the road these days. They're less likely to be involved in car accidents than they have been in the past. And if they do crash, they're less likely to be hurt or killed.

70Baby boomers now buying more new cars than their children

Could it be that the automobile's luster has faded over the years, that cars have become less synonymous with youth and freedom to Generation Y? A study by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute clearly says yes, but that's not the whole story, Bloomberg reports. Though young people are buying fewer new cars, baby boomers, the crowd born between 1946 and 1964, are buying more new cars.

117Are codgers the auto industry's saviors?

Boomers May Be The Only Ones Who Can Afford New Cars

AddAnother study shows young people not so keen on driving

The automotive industry is getting more evidence that it's time to expand product offerings or switch over to another business. A new study by the US Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) says the "driving boom" is over. While Baby Boomers loved their cars, their kids - aka Gen Y or Millennials - have different idea.

997You've lost that lovin' feelin'?

Why Teen Drivers Are Dwindling And What It Means

57Report: Baby boomers about to flood roads with older drivers

Next year, the very first Baby Boomers will be 65 years old. By 2025, nearly one in five drivers will be 65 or older. Looking even further ahead, the number of licensed drivers over age 65 is set to double in 2030, to 57 million. The National Transportation Safety Board believes that the government needs to prepare for this and work towards reducing death and injury rates for elderly drivers.

35First drop in motorcycle related deaths in a decade, are we really any safer?

In a preliminary report, the Governors Highway Safety Association recently indicated a 10% drop in motorcycle related fatalities around the U.S. in 2009. This decline marks the first such improvement in over a decade as deaths have been on the rise consistently from 1997 onward.

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