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This past April, AAA released new results from its annual study on the costs of owning and operating a vehicle in the United States.

Entitled “Your Driving Costs,” the study found that there has been a nearly 2 percent rise in the average total cost of vehicle ownership since 2011.

“The average driving cost for 2012 is up due to relatively large increases in fuel and tire costs, and more moderate increases in other areas,” John Nielsen, AAA’s director of Automotive Engineering and Repair, explained in the report’s official release.

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