With the exception of the small European country of Monaco, the United States has more cars per capita than every other country in the world. For better or worse, the United States is a country uniquely dependent on the personal automobile. Driving, while a practical necessity for millions of Americans, can also be a financial […] (Photo: olaser / Getty Images)

With the exception of the small European country of Monaco, the United States has more cars per capita than every other country in the world. For better or worse, the United States is a country . Driving, while a practical necessity for millions of Americans, can also be a financial burden, a major cause of stress – and also a dangerous activity.

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