There’s been somewhat of a decline in the number of American drivers in recent years.
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The Atlantic also analyzed the two studies, and found that the average American household no longer has two cars in its garage and driveway: “So, technically speaking, the two-car garage is no longer average,” The Atlantic’s Jordan Weissmann wrote.
Or is it something else entirely?
Here are 11 cars that are perfect for you and your family:
The Honda Accord was ranked by parents.com as one of the top sedans for families. Not only is it a low $22,745, but it’s got quite the trunk space — good enough for “two suitcases plus a stroller and a Pack 'n Play,” parents.com reported. The car’s touch screen also offers drivers a look at the sides of the roads, too, giving total safety to the driver.
Honda’s reign of the king of family cars continues with the CR-V. Sure, it’s a smaller SUV (or a larger-sized sedan, depending on how you look at it), but the car does well to be a safe ride for family and friends. It’s got daytime lights, side airbags and a rollover sensor that helps unleash the side airbags in case of a rollover, according the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Parents.com ranked the Odyssey as the best minivan on the market. It’s a top safety pick from the IIHS, and it gets decent mileage for a van at 28 miles to the gallon during highway driving: “Reassurance is what the Odyssey affords best, from its confident car-like handling to its terrific resale value,” parents.com wrote.
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