Ohio is the Second Cheapest State for Car Ownership

Us Ohio Drivers are in good luck — the Buckeye State was voted second least expensive state to own a vehicle.

Bankrate.com reviewed the bills in each state for repairs, insurance and gasoline per year. Totaling in at just $1,973, Ohio was just $31 more than first place Iowa.

According to Bankrate, Ohio drivers pay on average $328 in repairs, $698 in Insurance and $947 in gasoline.

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