A study shows that Americans are holding on to their cars and trucks longer than ever. The average age of vehicles on American roads is now 11.4 years- an all-time high.
A study (by auto research firm Polk) looked at a combination of factors, including Americans driving their cars longer due to the slow recovery of the economy and the fact cars and trucks are more reliable nowadays.
These days it's not uncommon for millions of cars to keep running 10, 15, or 20 years after they rolled off the assembly line.
So how long have you held on to your current ride? Feel free to comment below.