(National, USA) - According to a recent study, Indiana ranks as the second best state to operate a vehicle.
WalletHub.com used 31 indicators of good driving conditions to rank all 50 states. They compared such categories as overall cost of having and maintaining a vehicle, traffic roadway and weather conditions, and safety.
In the survey, only Texas ranked ahead of the Hoosier state. Kentucky was 6th, Illinois came in 14th, and Michigan ranks 38th. The two worst states to drive in, according to the survey, are California and Hawaii.