Oregon is the least expensive state to own a car


Oregon is the least expensive state to own a car, based on the cost of repairs, insurance premium, gas, taxes and fees.

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Oregon is the least expensive state to own a car, based on the cost of repairs, insurance premium, gas, taxes and fees.

The average annual cost of operating a car in Oregon — which benefits from having no sales tax, some of the nation’s lowest licensing fees, smart planning, and lower than average insurance rates — is just $2,204.

That’s 31 percent less than the national average of $3,201, according to the report.

Read more at OregonLive.com.


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