A study showing that Roanoke’s auto insurance rates are the lowest in Virginia was just released by ValuePenguin.com. Combined with a cost of living that is 8 percent below the national average and a cost of doing business that is 15 percent below the national average individuals and businesses stand to save on their bottom lines by moving to Roanoke.
From Chesapeake Bay and the Hampton Roads on its eastern coast to the Shenandoah Valley, the Blue Ridge Mountains, and the Heart of Appalachia on its westernmost reaches, Virginia measures more than 42,700 square miles in size. Crisscrossing the Old Dominion are 58,000 miles of interstate highways, local connector, and county roads, as well as some 17,000 miles of urban streets and local roads. Driving here is a both a way of life and a means of transportation, as the state’s 5.7 million licensed drivers know.
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