People in California drove more than 84 billion miles on the state's highways in 2011 -- more than 900 times the distance from the Earth to the Sun.
The Federal Highway Administration has released a new report on the nation's busiest interstates. Among other things, it shows that people in California -- the state with the busiest highways -- drove more than 84.7 billion miles in 2011. That's more than 900 times the distance from the Earth to the Sun. Check out the other states with the busiest highway systems:
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