Understanding Auto Motives.
Conceptualising Car 'Dependence'.
Motivating Changes in Auto Mobility.
Mobility Without Accessibility: The Case of Car Use and Discretionary Activities.
Insights on Car-Use Behaviors from Behavioral Economics.
Drivers of Auto Ownership: The Role of Past Experience and Peer Pressure.
The Car as a Material Possession: Exploring the Link between Materialism and Car Ownership and Use.
Car Use and Gender: The Case of Dual-Earner Families in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Driving off into the Sunset: The Implications of the Growing Automobility of Older Travelers.
Mobility vs. Affordability as Motivations for Car-Ownership Choice in Urban Fringe, Low-Income Australia.
Driving to the Breadline.
Migrating to Driving: Exploring the Multiple Dimensions of Immigrants' Automobile Use.
Immigrants and Automobility in New Jersey: The Role of Spatial and Occupational Factors in Commuting to Work.