Oklahomans are struggling to get value from their cars, as the state ranks near the bottom of the list of states for auto trade, according to data released this week by the National Association of Realtors.
The data comes from a survey of more than 1,000 auto dealers, which showed Oklahoma was the second-lowest-ranked state for the value of a car.
Oklahoma ranked just behind Iowa, which was second on the list, and behind Mississippi, which is at the bottom.
Oklahoma’s ranking in the rankings is in part due to an influx of foreign cars into the state, which has seen a steep decline in auto sales.
Oklahoma ranked at the top of the national rankings for vehicle transport last year, and this year it dropped to No. 14.
But that’s still the best showing in the country.
The average price for a vehicle transported in Oklahoma was $26,857, according the data.
According to the National Realtor Association, Oklahoma’s ranking of 18th was a reflection of the state’s lower average home price, which also is in the bottom half of the nation.