Tennessee has Affordable Car Repair Compared to Other States

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Tennessee was ranked as one of the most affordable states in the country to get a car repaired. Tennessee came in on the list at number 18. Alaska was the most expensive place to repair a car.

To conduct this study, the RepairPal Institute -- the research and data science division of RepairPal [www.repairpal.com],the nation's most popular auto repair website -- conducted original research on the average cost of common auto repairs in all 50 U.S. states.

Drawing upon RepairPal's proprietary database of auto repair pricing across the U.S., the 'RepairPal Institute Car Repair Index' measures the average cost of three common auto repairs (water pump, alternator, and brake pad replacements) on three popular car models (2010 Ford F-150, 2010 Honda Accord, and 2010 BMW 328i) in a range of zip codes across each U.S. state:

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Top 25 Most Expensive States for Auto Repair

(average repair cost per state in parentheses)

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  1. Alaska ($1,374)

  2. Michigan ($1,289)

  3. Connecticut ($1,271)

  4. Massachusetts ($1,246)

  5. Missouri ($1,226)

  6. New Hampshire ($1,225)

  7. Nevada ($1,224)

  8. Washington ($1,220)

  9. Illinois ($1,215)

  10. Pennsylvania ($1,214)

  11. California ($1,212)

  12. Minnesota ($1,212)

  13. Colorado ($1,207)

  14. Maryland ($1,204)

  15. Arizona ($1,193)

  16. New Jersey ($1,192)

  17. Oregon ($1,192)

  18. Virginia ($1,192)

  19. Ohio ($1,188)

  20. Delaware ($1,185)

  21. Wisconsin ($1,182)

  22. Kansas ($1,181)

  23. New York ($1,181)

  24. Georgia ($1,177)

  25. Montana ($1,175)

Top 25 Most Affordable States for Auto Repair

  1. West Virginia ($1,033)

  2. Kentucky ($1,087)

  3. Arkansas ($1,088)

  4. Wyoming ($1,095)

  5. Mississippi ($1,102)

  6. Oklahoma ($1,122)

  7. Maine ($1,125)

  8. Idaho ($1,130)

  9. Nebraska ($1,131)

  10. South Dakota ($1,140)

  11. Utah ($1,143)

  12. Iowa ($1,148)

  13. Vermont ($1,149)

  14. Alabama ($1,153)

  15. Louisiana ($1,154)

  16. North Dakota ($1,155)

  17. Rhode Island ($1,155)

  18. Tennessee ($1,155)

  19. Florida ($1,159)

  20. Indiana ($1,160)

  21. South Carolina ($1,166)

  22. New Mexico ($1,168)

  23. North Carolina ($1,170)

  24. Texas ($1,171)

  25. Hawaii ($1,174)

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