Why America is so car-dependent has for a long time been a mystery. Over the last half a century, or so, Americans’ unexplainable “love affair” with cars has only grown deeper. Today, 76 percent of the working population in America drive to work. A further 9 percent carpool with friends. But cars don’t come cheap and many.
“The cars we drive tell a lot about us” Gone are the days when cars were treated like horses. The four-wheeled machine’s utility is no longer restricted to just commuting from Point A to Point B; a car is more of a fashion statement and a status symbol than a means of transportation. Due to.