Costs of Commuting State by StateLast Updated February 5, 2020
Many Americans are accustomed to long daily commutes and fluctuating gas prices. But some states have it worse than others.
For example, did you know Hawaii has the most expensive average price per gallon at $4.30?
Or that the longest average commute time is 31.31 mins/day in Maryland?
We compiled data from Census.gov, AAA, and the EPA, based off the national MPG average of 23.6 and the average MPH on highway and rural roads per state into the infographic below:
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