Indiana is the second best state to drive in, according to a recent WalletHub study that worked to determine the states that provide the best commuting conditions.
WalletHub compared the 50 states across four key dimensions:
- Cost of Ownership and Maintenance
- Traffic and Infrastructure
- Access to Vehicles and Maintenance
Indiana ranked second overall, and second in the Cost of Ownership and Maintenance category. The Hoosier state ranked 22nd in Traffic and Infrastructure, 33rd in Safety and 19th in Access to Vehicles and Maintenance.
Other top-ranked states include Texas, North Carolina, Iowa and Tennessee. The worst state to drive in was determined to be Hawaii.