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Iowa is the best state to drive in, study shows - Roadshow

por Mike Loveless (2020-02-24)

id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> Enlarge ImageYep, Iowa.

Monte Goodyk/Getty Images Ask an enthusiast about what makes a location good for driving, and they might talk about access to curvy roads or long stretches of freeway that lack median turnarounds for police officers. Ask that same question to your average car buyer, and the answer will probably mention none of that stuff. The latter was clearly the group in mind behind the latest study that looks at which states are great for drivers.

Wallethub on Tuesday unveiled its latest study, which ranks the best and worst US states for the average car owner. The study, which compiles data into four major categories, says that Iowa is the best state in the Union for driving, with Hawaii ranking dead last. Tennessee and North Carolina round out the top three, respectively.

The first category is "Cost of Ownership and Maintenance," which looks at things like average gas prices, car insurance premiums and maintenance costs. Second-place Tennessee has the highest ranking of any state in this category, with Hawaii coming in last, likely due to the sheer cost of getting gasoline to the isolated island 금융 state.