Georgia is the nation's costliest state to own a car, that's according to a new report from personal finance website: bankrate-dot-com.
The study factored in the cost of gasoline, insurance, repairs, taxes and fees across the country.
Georgia drivers spend just over 42-hundred-dollars a year to operate a car,
that's double what the folks in the cheapest state, Oregon, pay to drive the same vehicle.
The national average stands at about 32-hundred bucks.