A new study out of Michigan State University (MSU) shows that there are more people using LED lights in homes than there are people using them in cars.
The study shows that in 2014, there were 4.5 million people who drove in the United States, but there were 2.5 billion who drove at night.
In other words, about 1 in 6 people drove in and out of a vehicle.
That’s a decrease of 1.2 million vehicles.
According to the report, LED lights are being used by more than 3 million Americans each year.
The majority of these cars are used to help power electric cars.
And in the U.S., there are currently over 60 million electric vehicles in operation.
According a study from the International Energy Agency, the electric vehicle market is expected to reach $1 trillion by 2020.
In the meantime, the majority of American drivers are driving to work and home.
It’s not just about the car either.
The number of people who work in cities has grown from 2.7 million people in 1980 to over 6.5 and 4.6 million in 2014.
According the report’s authors, the number of workers has also grown.
But as the number in the workforce grows, so has the number driving.
This trend is a result of the need to have more efficient, fuel-efficient vehicles.
In addition, cars are more fuel efficient than ever before.
So while it’s still not a perfect picture, it’s a better picture than we might have expected to see.
For a look at some of the trends that have contributed to this, read our article on the state of electric vehicles.
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