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Gen Z doesn’t want to get their driver’s licenses. 

Feb 15 2023

Gen Z doesn’t want to get their driver’s licenses. While most are still going through drivers ed courses, a growing number no longer “see cars as a ticket to freedom or a crucial life milestone.” For a generation who values sustainability, one of the main reasons behind not prioritizing learning to drive or owning a car has to do with a desire for better access to public transportation. Other reasons include anxiety, finances, and further environmental concerns. According to the Federal Highway Administration, almost 90% of 20-to-25-year-olds had licenses in 1997, but in 2020, it was only 80%. Plus, developments like E-scooters, e-bikes, and ride-sharing are becoming more popular among young people in cities and college campuses. YPulse’s Auto report data shows that 28% of Gen Z agree: “I would rather use a ride sharing service than own a car.” (Washington Post)