You can blame the economy, social media, the labor market or new laws, but one thing is clear: young drivers aren?t flocking to the car market. The improving economy has nudged more consumers into the auto market, but experts say Millennial and teenage drivers have remained on the sidelines. From 2007 to 2011, the number of cars purchased by Millennials, those age 18 to 34, fell almost 30%.

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