Cars cost more but computers take you farther

The average new car costs nearly $33,560 but people only spend fifty-five minutes driving on average, less than 4% of the day. Compared to car use, people spend nearly twice as much time during the day using their smartphones and nearly 12 times as much time on computers, tablets, and other digital devices (10 hours and 39 minutes).

Cars can take you down new roads to discover new sights, while your smartphone helps you navigate the rapidly expanding digital universe. If you had to make a choice, which would you give up first: your car or your computer? In a previous enFact, we asked that same question about your smartphone or fridge.

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