Thursday, August 22, 2013

Oregon cheapest state to own a car

Hey, Buster, fill 'er up
To once again debunk the claim by Big Oil that forcing self-serve gas stations in Oregon would make it less expensive to fill up your car, here's another study that shows the Beaver State is already the cheapest state in the land to own a car.

Our neighbors to the south and north, our second and 18th respectively.

Also, to further debunk the claim that Oregonians are taxed to death, Oregon's annual average cost for taxes and fees per vehicle is just $157, about 85 percent lower than the national average of $1,058, according to Bankrate.

So, to reiterate once again, we don't need self-serve gas stations in Oregon.

We're doing just fine, thank you.

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