In the 1950s, American culture was truly car-centric. Everything from drive-in movies, to drive-in restaurants, to drive-in churches was built around society’s obsession with owning and driving automobiles. Even today, fast food, banking, and pharmacies wouldn’t be the same without drive-thru windows. How have our attitudes been transformed by sharing services like Lyft and Uber? How will American preferences impact the adoption of driverless automobiles? We’ll answer these questions based on today’s best available data.
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