Coral Springs, FL, July 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV will highlight that the rate of new car purchases does not seem to have returned to pre-recession levels yet, nor does it appear close to doing that. The average age of vehicles on American roads today is still more than 11 years old. Despite improved car sales over the last couple of years, it hasn't seemed to make a significant impact on the vintage of cars and trucks on the nation's highways, which is 11.4 years -- generally the highest since officials began to keep records. And now, trucks have joined passenger cars in that distinction. It all means that cars are not being sent to the scrap yard in the numbers they once were. Cars are being built more reliable, so there's no reason for them to be discarded so early. This could signify a positive trend away from casting away the things -- and people -- we care for, when there's still plenty of life left in them.
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