Americans spend so much time behind the wheel that a new study showed drivers actually forge close-knit bonds with their cars.
The average American spends 18 days driving per year, with an average of eight hours and 22 minutes per week, a OnePoll study conducted on behalf of Cooper Tire found. The survey polled 2,000 American car owners to learn how much time they spend driving, but also dug deeper to understand if drivers still have a connection with their cars.
Despite a rise in ride-sharing services and budding autonomous vehicle technology, 64 percent of respondents said they actually consider their car a friend.
Read the article at The Car Connection.