Using RAVE DR5, we explore the age, kinematic, and chemical correlations of a sample of 30,000 FGK stars. We separate a sample of turnoff stars into two age groups: young and old. For each of the two age groups, we calculate kinematic trends as a function of Galactocentric radius (R), for different metallicity ([Fe/H]) bins. For both young and old stars, we measure a negative gradient in ∂〈VR〉/∂R. In addition, for young stars we find a correlation between the magnitude of the slope and metallicity, with the most metal-rich bins having the steepest gradient and the most metal-poor bins having a flatter trend.