The website WalletHub claims Wisconsin is the 11th-best state in the country for driving. Researchers measured the cost of ownership and maintenance, traffic and infrastructure, safety, and access to vehicles and maintenance. The Badger State is ranked 10th in cost, 20th in traffic, 40th in safety, and 17th in access. The top three states for driving are Texas, Indiana, and North Carolina. At the bottom of the list are Hawaii, California and Washington.
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