Cars for Sale in Idaho

Much like Delaware, Idaho is one of those states where it's always a surprise to find or meet someone who actually lives there. Obviously plenty of people live there. How else would we get so many delicious potatoes to smash and bake and slice and fry and hash and scallop and, well, you get the idea.

There's more to Idaho, though. It's a gorgeous place, for one, with the kind of landscapes and vistas that one would normally find relegated to postcards. It's all 100 percent real when you find yourself driving along the highway past the lush hills, the breathtaking lakes and the awe-inspiring mountains. And there really is nothing quite like the experience of seeing Idaho in all of its glory from behind the wheel of your vehicle. It's something all Americans should make time for at some time in their life.

Of course, it seems that Idahoans do plenty of driving on their own. There are about 1.3 million registered vehicles throughout the state, with the average Idaho driver logging an estimated 14,973 miles annually on their vehicles. Those vehicles are supported by nearly 14,000 jobs in the auto industry across the state, as 608 dealerships offer cars for sale, tallying up an impressive $2.45 billion in new car sales for 2013.

There's lots of space to drive, of course. The Lewis & Clark Highway is both the shortest route to the Pacific Coast from the Midwest, and the longest highway within a national forest. Meanwhile, Eagle Road is the busiest commuter route in the Treasure Valley, with 40,000 commuters daily.

However, when visiting Pocatello, Idaho, just be sure, whether you're a pedestrian or a motorist "to display frowns, grimaces, scowls, threatening and glowering looks, gloomy and depressed facial appearances." That's against the law. (Apparently because it makes the city look bad.)

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