By James Kaminsky
For many teenagers, one of the most anticipated rites of passage is getting a drivers license. Many of us can remember counting down the days until we turned 16, envying our classmates who had earlier birthdays and who could get behind the wheel sooner.
But several recent studies have found that a growing number of teenagers are passing up the opportunity to drive. The percentage of teens with licenses is steadily falling.
James Kaminsky spoke with some young people who’ve chosen not to drive.