Cars for Sale in Kansas
We all know Dorothy Gale's famous line, "Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore." It's become common parlance to relate that one is in an unfamiliar place, somewhere away from home and the ordinary and expected. So does that mean that actually living in Kansas is boring and ordinary and an exercise in living a predictable and safe life? Maybe for some. But it's also a state of wide-open spaces, some of the most down-home, salt-of-the-earth folks you'll ever meet and plenty of farms that provide that idyllic projection of what Americana is and can be.
With so much wide-open space, that means lots of room for driving. And Kansans drive a lot. Did you know that there are 2.4 million registered vehicles in the state, or that most Kansans will drive an average of 14,617 miles annually? That's a lot of cars and a lot of miles. That means that there's quite a number of auto-related jobs in the state – 56,324 to be a bit more precise. Lots of dealerships, too, to the tune of about 1,195 state-wide, generating about $5.38 billion in new cars for sale.
Of course, Kansas isn't without its own idiosyncratic characteristics. For instance, when in Kansas you shouldn't screech your tires when driving. Nor should you carry a concealed bean snapper. When in Derby, KS you shouldn't ride an animal down the road. When in Lang in the month of August, you shouldn't ride a donkey down Main Street unless it is wearing a straw hat. In Russell, you can't have a musical car horn. And in Salina, you can't leave your car running unattended. All of those things are against the law.
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