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Toughest Places to Own a Car

April 30, 2004

No one place falls on all four lists. But if you live in DC, Jersey City, Phoenix, you might want to think about switching to the bus. Or a horse. The Most Expensive States for Auto Insurance (courtesy of Insurance.com)1. District of Columbia2. New Jersey3. Massachusetts4. New York5. Connecticut6. Delaware7. Nevada8. Rhode Island9. Louisiana10. ArizonaThe Most Expensive States for Gasoline Prices (courtesy of AAA)1. Hawaii 2. Alaska 3. California 4. New York 5. Nevada 6. Oregon 7. Connecticut 8. Idaho 9. District of Columbia 10. WashingtonThe Most Traffic Congested Cities (from 2003 Urban Mobility study by Texas Transportation Institute)1. Los Angeles, CA2. San Francisco, CA3. Denver, CO4. Miami, FL5. Phoenix, AZ6. Chicago, IL7. San Jose, CA8. Washington, DC9. Portland, OR10. Boston, MACities with the Highest Vehicle Theft Rates (from National Insurance Crime Bureau)1. Phoenix2. Las Vegas3. Miami4. Fresno, CA5. Detroit6. Seattle7. Jersey City (Hudson County, NJ)8. Jackson, MS9. Tacoma10. Flint, MI
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