Iowa was the best state to drive and drive a car, Hawaii the worst

Let's face it, there are some states that make owning a car a hassle. There are places where it is better to own a car, but in the past it was difficult to quantify this information quantitatively. Thanks to Wallet Hub, we are now able to look at some key indicators to determine the best location to own and manage a car in the United States.  Traffic, fuel costs, access to mechanics and safety are all important factors in owning a car. Admit it, nobody likes being in traffic or driving on low quality dangerous roads. Also, if the fuel is expensive and there is no help with car maintenance, it becomes more painful to drive the car as the cost increases.  Based on a survey conducted by WalletHub, it is clear that states with less population are better suited to own a car. Based on the indicators created by WalletHub, Iowa ranks first as the best place to own a car in the United States. The top five states also include Oklahoma, Kansas, North Carolina, and Texas.  The worst part of owning a car is being in a traffic jam and if you experience traffic jams while commuting, it may be time to walk. West Virginia has the lowest percentage of rush hour traffic, and California is ranked as the worst traffic state. But don't think California is a bad place to drive. According to statistics, California has the fewest rainy days and is slightly safer to drive. States like New Hampshire and Hawaii are classified as the wettest states, so be sure to invest in a good set of wipers.     How does your state win the competition? Do you hate the local streets crowded with many other cars? Or do you live in one of the best states to drive?

Let's face it, there are some states that make owning a car a hassle. There are places where it is better to own a car, but in the past it was difficult to quantify this information quantitatively. Thanks to Wallet Hub, we are now able to look at some key indicators to determine the best location to own and manage a car in the United States.

Traffic, fuel costs, access to mechanics and safety are all important factors in owning a car. Admit it, nobody likes being in traffic or driving on low quality dangerous roads. Also, if the fuel is expensive and there is no help with car maintenance, it becomes more painful to drive the car as the cost increases.

Based on a survey conducted by WalletHub, it is clear that states with less population are better suited to own a car. Based on the indicators created by WalletHub, Iowa ranks first as the best place to own a car in the United States. The top five states also include Oklahoma, Kansas, North Carolina, and Texas.

The worst part of owning a car is being in a traffic jam and if you experience traffic jams while commuting, it may be time to walk. West Virginia has the lowest percentage of rush hour traffic, and California is ranked as the worst traffic state.

But don't think California is a bad place to drive. According to statistics, California has the fewest rainy days and is slightly safer to drive. States like New Hampshire and Hawaii are classified as the wettest states, so be sure to invest in a good set of wipers.

How does your state win the competition? Do you hate the local streets crowded with many other cars? Or do you live in one of the best states to drive?

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