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Joy Riders and Jay Walkers
The story goes something like this: Americans prefer to drive. Of course, they got around in other ways before the automobile, but when they could afford a car they bought one. Once most American families had a car, cities had to be rebuilt. Such progress came at a price, but it was a price Americans willingly paid. The car gave its owners freedom of mobility; it let them live in a green suburb but work in the city. It gave them weekends in the country. The car held particular attractions for Americans, who’ve had a century-long love affair with them.