WASHINGTON – Texas is the fourth-best state to drive in, says a WalletHub study.
The Lone Star State ranks second in access to vehicles and maintenance, 13th in safety, 20th in cost of ownership and maintenance, and 41st in traffic and infrastructure.
Texas was fifth in both lowest average gas prices and fewest days without precipitation.
The top three driving states are Iowa, Tennessee, and North Carolina.
Last year, Texas ranked fifth on WalletHub's list of the top states for summer road trips.
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