Credit it to poor roads if you'd like, but Louisiana deals with more car problems than the majority of other states.

If you own a car, you know that it comes complete with a set of headaches. From not starting on a morning you're already late for work to full-on transmission repair just before a big road trip, cars aren't always reliable. And that unreliability almost always costs an arm and a leg.

Recently, The General broke down all of these car problems down by state.

Looking at their map, the most common car issue is that it won't start with 16 states reporting this information. The least common issue is dents (tell that to Wyoming, who reported this issue the most). I don't think I believe this information, since that seems like a common issue.

When it comes to the states that have the most problems, Louisiana came in at number two. The Bayou State reports "dead battery, car won't start, and oil change" more often than other states. This is good enough to put us in second place, even though we probably don't want that medal.

Here are the Top 10 States with the Most Car Problems:

1. Arizona
2. Louisiana
3. Wyoming
4. District of Columbia
5. Alabama
6. Oklahoma
7. Tennessee
8. South Carolina
9. Colorado
10. Utah

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