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Cox Automotive Evolution of Mobility Study

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  1. In the Future of Car Ownership segment, Jennifer Vuong on Automotive News TV First Shift shares some highlights from the Cox Automotive Evolution of Mobility Study.
  2. As Vuong explains, "More and more consumers say owning a car is not necessary." The Evolution of Mobility Study found that half of the people survey said that the cost of owning or leas a vehicle is getting too high.
  3. Also, 39 percent of the nearly 1,300 consumers surveyed said that having transportation is necessary but opening a vehicle is not.

In the Future of Car Ownership segment, Jennifer Vuong on Automotive News TV First Shift shares some highlights from the Cox Automotive Evolution of Mobility Study. As Vuong explains, “More and more consumers say owning a car is not necessary.” The Evolution of Mobility Study found that half of the people survey said that the cost of owning or leas a vehicle is getting too high. Also, 39 percent of the nearly 1,300 consumers surveyed said that having transportation is necessary but opening a vehicle is not.

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