Utah motorists pay less than U.S. peers to operate their vehicles, spending $3,101 a year on average, compared with $3,201 nationwide, a new report shows.
The state’s average cost ranks it 30th in the nation, according to the Bankrate.com report, which factored in gasoline costs, insurance, repairs, taxes and fees in each state to come up with the ranking.
The report shows Utahns pay an annual average of $371 for repairs, $1,073 for taxes and fees, $950 for gasoline and $708 for insurance.
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