Following up on the article about millennials driving less and less, The New York Times publishes another piece on how the beginning of the end of car culture in the United States is here. Independent of the economic recession, researchers are finding that fewer young folks are bothering to get licenses, and even fewer are finding it a necessity to get behind the wheel every day.

In fact, for new cars sales, the statistics are only up in the age range of 55+, basically showing that people who are used to driving are just continuing to drive. All other age ranges are at an all time low since the early ’90s.