In These States, It's Driver Beware

WalletHub ranking considers infrastructure, traffic, and more
By Arden Dier,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 21, 2020 4:32 PM CST
A landslide from heavy rains blocks the Hilo bound lane at the Honolii bridge on Highway 19 in Hilo, Hawaii, on Aug. 23, 2018.   (Hollyn Johnson/Hawaii Tribune-Herald via AP)
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(Newser) – Traffic in New York City is notoriously bad, but it's not enough to sour driving in the state, which comes middle of the pack in a new ranking of the best and worst US states in which to drive. There's much more than traffic to consider. Indeed, WalletHub analyzed 31 indicators including the costs of gas and maintenance, quality of infrastructure, weather, car thefts, and more. The 10 states on the top and bottom, with Iowa on top and Hawaii dead last:

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