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Driven around the bend

Learning to drive used to be one of the milestones on the path to independence. But some kids have different priorities these days and the number of 17- to 20-year-olds learning to drive is sliding.

They have a point when they say driving is expensive, and why should they spend their money on fuel, parking, insurance and other costs? Even when they finish studying and find a job, their wages often don’t support running a car because their housing is

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