6. Colorado: Driving
Colorado is ranked as the fifth worst state to drive in, thanks to its expensive gas, bad roads, congested traffic, and high rate of car thefts. That list alone would make you not want to own a car in Colorado. 

In a study conducted by WalletHub, the website looked at factors like cost of vehicles, cost of maintenance, and availability of infrastructure, among others. According to The Denver Post, "As low as the Centennial State ranked overall, it was never last in any category. Colorado ranked 44th in car theft rate, 41st in average gas prices, and 33rd in road quality."