NEW YORK (NBC News Channel) -- If you feel like you're driving an old car, you're not alone.
The cars on America's roads have hit a record old age of eleven years. Experian automotive reports that's the average age of the 245 million vehicles registered in the United States between January and March.
Experts say there are two reasons for the age. Many drivers have put off a new car because of the sluggish economy. And vehicles are built to last longer, so Americans are choosing to keep them longer.