Costliest car-ownership cities.

NEW YORK - It costs more to own a car in Detroit, an amazing $12,210 per year for a mid-sized sedan, than in any other city in the country, according to a new report comparing the cost of car ownership in various U.S. cities. Released Friday by Runzheimer International, a consulting firm specializing in transportation reimbursement, the survey revealed that insurance, at $5,072 annually for liability, collision, and comprehensive coverage, is the biggest single reason that maintaining a car in the Motor City is so expensive.

Costliest car-ownership cities.
xcel, Sep 6, 2006
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