More Young People Buying Cars

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(Southfield, MI) More and more young people are slowly starting to buy cars again.

Five years ago, people between the ages of 18 and 34 bought more than 14 percent of the new cars in the U.S.

Then the recession hit and many of them couldn’t get jobs and that number dropped to 10.5%.

But last year, the figure grew to more than 12 percent.