Ohio is one of the cheapest states to own a car.
Bankrate.com took a look at taxes as well as costs like insurance, gasoline, and repairs and put Ohio as the 10th cheapest in the nation.
The website's Chris Kahn found the average yearly price in Ohio was just over $28-hundred dollars. That's cheaper than all of our neighboring states except Pennsylvania and Indiana.
At over $42-hundred dollars a year, Georgia was the most expensive while Oregon was cheapest at about $22-hundred dollars.