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  • RB SB 118 DMV Office

    Young drivers less likely to drive

    Driving is becoming so last century. Since the end of World War II, getting a driver's license has been a rite of passage for teens, but that's less and less the case. The share of people in their teens, 20s and 30s with driver's licenses has dropped significantly over the past three decades, not only the United States, but also in some other wealthy nations with a high proportion of Internet users, transportation researchers have found. Full story here.

    The DMV office on La Mancha Way in south Sacramento.
    Randall Benton | Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
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