The Cost of Owning a Car in America, a List of All States
While we’re all the same while sitting on Cobo Hall’s floor and watching the latest unveil brought by the Detroit Motor Show, when it comes to going out there and actually buying a car, some states are more equal than others. We are here to bring you a map of the places where you should move if low car cost ownership is what you guide your life by.
This was put together by Brankrate, which took into account the cost of gasoline, servicing and insurance. It covers 50 states together with the District of Columbia and, yes, you should expect frightening differences.
For one thing, the least favorable state, Wyoming, makes its residents $2,705 sorry for owning a car per year. At the other end of the list, we have Iowa, with $1,942 per year.
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Aug 17, 2014