Cars are a part of our daily lives, but the number of cars is declining.
As of last year, there were 1.4 million cars in the United States, down from 1.7 million in 2014.
What’s driving the decline?
Many factors are contributing to the decline, but there are some major ones: As of 2014, automakers were forced to overhaul their safety systems and systems to accommodate a growing number of vehicles.
In the case of the cars used by drivers, automakers have switched to a much larger, more powerful engine.
The increased horsepower has led to some car manufacturers introducing higher-powered engines, which may also be responsible for some of the higher fuel consumption.
Another key factor is the increasing use of autonomous driving systems, which require the driver to be actively aware of their surroundings while in a car.
While some drivers may still choose to use these systems for safety reasons, some drivers are also finding that they need to be constantly aware of the environment around them.
Another major factor is a growing demand for home care.
While home care is still a relatively new industry, many consumers are choosing to use their cars to help them care for their loved ones.
A growing number are opting to buy their homes in an assisted-living setting, which can result in a larger home care budget.
Another trend that has been a growing problem in recent years is the use of electric vehicles (EVs).
EV ownership has exploded, and many Americans are turning to these vehicles for their home care needs.
EVs have gained in popularity as they offer a number of advantages.
They can operate at higher speeds and charge faster, and they can take advantage of the fact that they are cheaper than gas-powered vehicles.
But in recent months, EVs have been the target of a variety of lawsuits and safety concerns.
As the car companies have redesigned their systems to meet growing consumer demands, some car owners are being left behind.
The new cars may be better, but they are also becoming more expensive.
Consumers are also increasingly concerned about the number and type of cars they are driving.
This has resulted in a spike in car-related injuries, with many injuries involving the use or abuse of an EV.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, vehicle-related deaths and serious injuries are on the rise in the U.S. According to the NHTSA, vehicle crashes have increased by 17% over the past five years.
More than 10,000 people have been killed in car crashes since the early 1990s.
In 2015, more than 1,000 died in car accidents.
A total of 3,811 people were injured in car and truck crashes.
A car is now the single largest cause of death in the country, with more than 8,000 fatalities a year.
With the increased number of car-owners, some have questioned the need for all new cars.
While car ownership is a very healthy practice, some are also concerned that the demand for EVs is driving up the price of cars.
However, some companies have begun offering incentives for buying new cars, such as the Tesla Model S, and are expected to do the same for EVs.
Some manufacturers are even offering discounts on certain EV models.
For example, Ford has offered a $5,000 rebate for customers who buy a Tesla Model X.