States With the Worst Roads

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Arizona road
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35. Arizona
> Public roads in poor condition: 12.2% (16th lowest)
> Deficient bridges: 11.7% (2nd lowest)
> Added vehicle costs: $205 per motorist (9th lowest)
> Size of road system: 142,790 lane-miles (18th smallest)

Michigan winter driving
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34. Michigan
> Public roads in poor condition: 12.2% (17th lowest)
> Deficient bridges: 27.5% (15th highest)
> Added vehicle costs: $357 per motorist (14th highest)
> Size of road system: 256,747 lane-miles (10th largest)

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Driving in the rain north carolina
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33. North Carolina
> Public roads in poor condition: 12.5% (18th lowest)
> Deficient bridges: 29.4% (13th highest)
> Added vehicle costs: $241 per motorist (15th lowest)
> Size of road system: 225,973 lane-miles (16th largest)

Cheshire County, New Hampshire
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32. New Hampshire
> Public roads in poor condition: 13.4% (19th lowest)
> Deficient bridges: 31.4% (11th highest)
> Added vehicle costs: $259 per motorist (21st lowest)
> Size of road system: 33,243 lane-miles (6th smallest)

Traffic Out of Charleston, South Carolina
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31. South Carolina
> Public roads in poor condition: 13.6% (20th lowest)
> Deficient bridges: 20.6% (17th lowest)
> Added vehicle costs: $255 per motorist (19th lowest)
> Size of road system: 160,359 lane-miles (23rd smallest)