According to a recent study conducted by insurance company Footman James, less than half of respondents who identified as millennials or Gen Z said that they would consider buying a classic car at some point in the future. Of course, that statistic alone isn’t super alarming – for starters, the study was conducted in the U.K., where public transportation is generally much better. And it’s not new to assume that the majority of modern drivers are going to want a modern car, especially in their youth, but the age breakdown here actually indicates that the youngest respondents are not the prospects the industry needs to be most worried about. CLICK HERE to read all about it!
“Take care of your car in the garage, and the car will take care of you on the road.” —