Top 6 Best and Worst States to Drive In

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3. Utah

Utah stands in the top 10 best states for driving quality, safety, and weather. The state boasts fewer bridges in bad condition, fewer traffic-related deaths per year, and less time spent in a traffic jam than in 44 other states.

While gas prices in this state tend to be higher than the average, Utah drivers pay an average of $368 less for full coverage car insurance compared to drivers in most other states.

4. Idaho

Idaho ranks third place in terms of auto insurance premiums costs, with the average full coverage insurance costing about $629 less per year than the national norm. When it comes to driving quality standards, this state ranks second.

Idaho has the lowest percentage of bad road conditions, and its residents spend the fewest hours in traffic congestion than the national average.

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