Auto Boom Already Over: Researcher
Is the return of the U.S. auto boom already over? Experts disagree.
In a recently released report titled “Households Without a Light-duty Vehicle,” Michael Sivak, an analyst at the University of Michigan’s Transportation Research institute, wrote that the decrease in households with vehicles in the last few years supports the hypothesis that motorization in the U.S. peaked during the previous decade, according to a story in USA Today.
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