Kids Today Are Not That Motivated… To Own A Car Or Get A Driver’s License

Kids Don't Care To Drive Or Get Their LicenseThe NY Times and Sightline posted refreshing articles about a drive less trend with teenagers. The NY Times story covered how kids today are not only less interested in driving but even fewer are bothering to get their license; only 46% did in 2008 versus 64% in 1998. And Sightline went further by explaining how driving as a whole fell by 2% in 2011.

It’s gotten so bad that General Motors / Chevrolet has turned to MTV Scratch, a division of Viacom, to help improve their image with the around 20 crowd who’d rather social media than drive. The high price of gasoline and environmental concerns are other reasons why the kids aren’t driving and GM wants to reverse the pattern.

For Jubbling, the idea of public service extends beyond non-profits and we’d like to help General Motors and their Chevrolet line of vehicles by offering some FREE suggestions on marketing to the kids. Inspired by the programming on MTV, we’ve thrown together a couple ideas to improve the image of Chevy vehicles with the youth in this country:


Ride The “Sitch” Chevy Camaro
The Situation Camaro
This is a winner and solid gold with the young ladies. The “Ride The Sitch” Chevy Camaro will not only have the Situation’s mug on the driver’s door, but it should also have an air-brushed photo of his abs on the hood too.


16 and Pregnant Chevy Tahoe
Chevy Tahoe - 16 And Pregnant Edition
The Chevy Tahoe Sixteen and Pregnant edition can’t miss. It’s decorated with mugshots of past cast members and includes a suggestive, and yet classy, message offering to help people join the tv show.



GM is bound to get results with these complimentary marketing ideas from Jubbling. No, we’re not trying to chase their potential market away from these vehicles with poor fuel economy numbers. The Generation Z kids like to think for themselves and the repellant marketing approach is the most effective way to reach them. Good luck!

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Reality Sucks Advertisement From General Motors

General Motor’s Reality Sucks ad showing the cyclist shielding his face in embarrassment for cycling instead of driving is pretty funny. What isn’t captured or explained in the ad is that the cyclist is wearing crotchless biking pants and the woman in the car is his mother. So don’t get upset cyclists, here’s your motivation to bike more and you can thank General Motors for that. Stop Pedaling and Start Driving Advertisement From General Motors
Stop Pedaling And Start Driving
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