Travel will be more collaborative, more shared. I think the focus will be less on full ownership… younger generations are less bothered about owning stuff. Nicole, 34

Will millennials buy cars? Yes, but not as we know it.

They’re less likely to get driving licences.

They tend to take fewer car trips, and when they do, those trips are shorter.

They’re also more likely than older generations to get around by alternative means: by foot, by bike, or by transit.

In this ground-breaking research project, engagement and innovation company Different Spin, with the assistance of Reevoo, surveyed over 32,000 millennials as well as drilling deeply into the wider macro trends to really understand the current and upcoming attitudes & behaviours of millennials to mobility.

See the full report below. View it in full screen mode for the best experience.

Read more about the report and view the executive summary on Different Spin’s blog.

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