When it comes to states that are tough on drivers, California excels, according to one publication. The ratings for all 50 states by Bankrate.com show the Golden State as being the worst for drivers, based on a specific set of criteria, including: average commute times, average annual auto insurance costs, estimated average annual spending on fuel, average cost of a car repair, rate of car thefts per 100,000 people and motor vehicle deaths per 100 miles driven. Here are the 10 states that rated the worst in the study. ***** No. 50 – California: average commute time 28.9 minutes; average annual insurance cost $895; annual fuel cost $1,260; car repair cost $435, stolen cars 436.8, vehicle deaths 0.9.
When it comes to states that are tough on drivers, California excels, according to one publication. The ratings for all 50 states by Bankrate.com show the Golden State as being the worst for drivers, based on a specific set of criteria, including: average commute times, average annual auto insurance costs, estimated average annual spending on fuel, average cost of a car repair, rate of car thefts per 100,000 people and motor vehicle deaths per 100 miles driven. Here are the 10 states that rated the worst in the study. ***** No. 50 – California: average commute time 28.9 minutes; average annual insurance cost $895; annual fuel cost $1,260; car repair cost $435, stolen cars 436.8, vehicle deaths 0.9. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
When it comes to states that are tough on drivers, California excels, according to one publication. The ratings for all 50 states by Bankrate.com show the Golden State as being the worst for drivers, based on a specific set of criteria, including: average commute times, average annual auto insurance costs, estimated average annual spending on fuel, average cost of a car repair, rate of car thefts per 100,000 people and motor vehicle deaths per 100 miles driven. Here are the 10 states that rated the worst in the study. ***** No. 50 – California: average commute time 28.9 minutes; average annual insurance cost $895; annual fuel cost $1,260; car repair cost $435, stolen cars 436.8, vehicle deaths 0.9. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

California drivers said to have it worse than motorists in other 49 states

December 13, 2016 10:42 AM

UPDATED December 15, 2016 07:49 AM

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