Cars for Sale in Connecticut
One of the constants in automobile advertising is that of the vehicle zooming down some winding back road surrounded by thick trees, often bursting with color from the fall change. The car swerves and turns and soars over these roads in an effort to make driving look as romantic and exciting as is humanly possible. It's an effective tactic, and it's imagery that's actually far more plausible to experience it for yourself. The price of admission? A trip to Connecticut. There you'll find miles of roads just like in the commercials as you zoom past farm houses and fields and countless lush trees.
There are plenty of cars to choose from in order to embark on your epic road excursion. The state boasts more than 3 million registered vehicles and an average of 10,731 miles traveled per licensed driver. With so much driving, it's no wonder there are 1,107 dealerships with cars for sale, tallying up to a total of $8.49 billion in new car sales in 2013 alone. That's a lot of potential work lined up for the 66,267 auto industry jobs in the state.
Of course, being one of the oldest states in the Union means that there is a lot of history with cars in Connecticut. Did you know that in 1937, it became the first state to issue permanent license plates for cars? The first automobile law was also passed by Connecticut in 1901, setting the speed limit at 12 miles per hour. Speaking of speed limits, it's illegal in New Britain, CT for a fire truck to exceed a speed of 25 mph, even when on the way to a fire.
Just be sure not to hunt deer from your vehicle, even during hunting season. That's against the law.
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