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What Are The Best And Worst States To Drive In?

Posted on January 24, 2018

Everyone hates being stuck in traffic. It makes you late, and causes many people’s tempers to flare up. But it’s also quite bad for your wallet – in fact, congestion costs the average driver $1,400 per year in the U.S., which has 11 out of the world’s 25 worst cities for traffic.

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Related Topics: driver safety, driving, research and trends, Safety, Safety & Insurance, traffic assessment, traffic jams

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