Cars for families are becoming increasingly popular.
But the most expensive car, and by far the most common car, is the car that you bought with your parents, according to a new report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Cars are becoming more popular because they offer a more secure and comfortable driving experience, which is why parents are increasingly using them for family vacations, according the report released Friday.
The study, which was released to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the National Automobile Dealers Association, looked at cars from 1994 to 2014 and found that families were spending more time on the road than ever before, and that this was particularly true of families with young children.
There is a sense of excitement in families who are going to the beach, but also a sense that the car can’t handle it, said John Lutz, director of the NHTSA’s Center for Automotive Safety.
“The car has to be able to take it all,” Lutz said.
More than half of adults, 55 percent, drove to work on a family car during the study period, and almost all drove to and from a family home.
Among those who drove to the work, a majority, 55.5 percent, said they had used a car in the past month, and the majority of that group, 67.9 percent, also used a child-size vehicle in the previous month.
A third of families used a family vehicle in 2015, the first year the study looked at that group.
But the survey found that a third of parents had never driven a family SUV, which may be because of the fact that the survey did not ask parents if they had driven a SUV in the last month.
The NHTSB study found that most families in the survey used a vehicle for the first time within the last year, with the average age of parents who had used the vehicle being 31 years old.
That is a decrease from 2012, when the average was 28.6 years old and the average driver age was 34.9 years old, according.
Although some families have been using their cars for more than a decade, it is important to remember that they are still a relatively small group, the report said.
It found that half of those who used a brand-new vehicle had been on it for a year or less.
While parents are getting more used to driving their own vehicles, a recent study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that there are significant safety concerns related to the use of vehicles.
One study published in the journal Pediatrics found that, in one-third of the children in a large group of 4-year-old children, the parents reported that they were concerned about how much time they had to use their vehicle and were concerned that their child would not have enough room for a seatbelt, the CDC reported.
Another study published last year found that one-fifth of American drivers, ages 18 to 34, are distracted while driving, the researchers found.
They are also more likely to get behind the wheel of a car they do not recognize, according a report in The Washington Post.
For a family to make the most of its vacation time, the study recommends that parents spend a day in a car that meets their needs and that the vehicle meets the safety standards for use in the U.S.
A vehicle can include: seats for adults, children, and a child driver, with a child in the front seat