The Trouble Turning Over the U.S. Auto Fleet

Many people, myself included, consistently underestimate the difficulty of transitioning the U.S. auto fleet to something other than gasoline reliance. This chart makes that point clearly, because it’s hard to change the fleet when people insist on hanging onto their autos ever-longer.

[via Polk]

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