Do You Drive One of the 5 Most Common Vehicles in the Lone Star State?
Well, I don't have to tell you that they're everywhere you look. Vehicles of all sorts. Cars, SUVs, trucks, the choices are numerous, and they're as unique as the people who drive them. In a variety of colors, shapes and sizes, it's safe to say there are plenty of vehicular options out there.
You may be surprised that the most commonly driven vehicle varies drastically depending on the state in which you reside. For example, a recent report from KXAN in Austin says the most popular ride on the road in the state of Illinois is a Hyundai Tuscon. In California, the preferred choice is a Honda Civic.
One detail I learned is that pickup trucks reign king in more states than I initially thought. In Texas they're everywhere, but I didn't expect states like Mississippi and Maine to be dominated by them too.
But where does Texas land when it comes to the most commonly driven vehicles? Keep scrolling as we take a look at the top 5 according to Get Jerry.
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Options for this truck include the Pro, SLE, and Elevation, among others. Find out more from GMC.
I can definitely get behind the wheel on this one. Not only are there many on the Texas highways, but it's what I drive as well. Check out more RAV4s.
These trucks are making more and more appearances on Texas roads. Find out here about all the options.
Dodge trucks have gained favor in my book ever since the new body style was introduced. Explore and see if these trucks are right for you.
I can speak from experience here too. F-150s have always treated me and my family right. Discover all the choices and see if they're a fit for your lifestyle.
As you can see, the most commonly driven car in Texas is not a car at all, but a pickup truck. That probably comes as no surprise to any native Texan. Pickup trucks have been a thing around these parts for a mighty long time and their popularity shows no signs of slowing.
Of course, with owning a vehicle comes the risk of car burglary. Check out below the most commonly jacked vehicles in Texas. Are you driving one on the list?