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A trip to Los Angeles is about the equivalent of driving a $75,000 BMW 7 Series with the same wheels.
In some respects, the two vehicles are indistinguishable.
In other respects, there is no comparison.
California has the second-highest number of cars in the United States, after Texas, at about 2.7 million, according to a new study.
California’s population of about 1.8 million is nearly triple the size of Texas’ population, about 1 million, and its roads are a third as wide.
The state has a population of roughly 740,000.
In contrast, Texas has about 2 million, or more than twice the size, and is a fraction of the size.
“California is so huge, it is really hard to get a sense of how big Texas is,” said Jonathan Zellner, a traffic engineer at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, who conducted the study.
“But, there are some places in California that are a million miles apart, such as the San Joaquin Valley and the Redwood National and State Parks.”
The study, which was published online on Monday in the journal Transportation Research Record, looked at how far different cars travel in California and compared it to that of Texas, which has about 5.7 percent of the U.S. population.
The study found that a 2012 Cadillac CTS with the standard 6-cylinder engine can travel from Point Loma, California, to the state’s border with Texas by taking roughly 10 minutes.
A 2010 Cadillac CX-7 with the more powerful 7.2-liter V8 engine can go from Point Bakersfield, California to the border with California in 11 minutes.
But the CTSs of the study were only used to show the differences between two models of vehicles.
They did not compare them to other vehicles, like trucks, SUVs or buses.
“The most important takeaway from the study is that California has a lot of different vehicles,” Zellners said.
“And that means there are lots of different kinds of traffic.”
California’s roads are also much more congested than Texas’, and there are more red lights and speed bumps than in Texas.
In Texas, the median number of traffic lights is about one a year, while in California, it’s more than 10 a year.
The number of red lights, speed bumps and other traffic-calming measures varies across the state.
Texas has only one intersection, in the city of Tyler, Texas, but it’s far from the most congested.
That intersection has three times as many red lights as the median.
Texas also has more than 100 miles of red-light cameras, but those cameras are less than 5 percent of all the traffic in Texas, Zellers said.
California also has fewer than 1,000 miles of traffic cameras.
The California study found a similar pattern with the number of pedestrians per 100,000 people, with the Caddy on the list being the worst.
That was true of all three models studied.
The Caddy was the least efficient, with an average speed of 30.8 miles per hour in Los Angeles, followed by the BMW and the CX.
The fastest Caddy, however, was the Mercedes-Benz S550, which reached speeds of 44.4 miles per day, the highest in the study, with a speed of 56.7 miles per head.
That’s more efficient than a Cadillac, but not quite as efficient as the Cascadia SUV.
The Cadillac Caddy is more efficient in the San Francisco Bay Area than anywhere else in the U.
“Texas, with its big population, has the worst road conditions, and it has the most red lights.
The average speed in the Bay Area is 23.4 mph.
The median speed in San Francisco is 30.9 mph.
Texas’ average speed was 28.4.
The slowest car, the Audi A3, was at a pedestrian crossing at San Jose International Airport in San Jose, California.
In Los Angeles County, the average speed is 28.5 mph.
In San Francisco, it was 29.1 mph.
It took more than three hours for the Cincy to cross the Golden Gate Bridge.
Texas had a pedestrian-crossing camera that opened at 11:45 a.m., and the rest of the state had one at 11 p.m.
The researchers found that California had the third-highest concentration of light pollution, a measurement that measures the amount of light emitted by vehicles and other objects. “
That’s not a huge difference, but that is the sort of difference that makes it very difficult to get that extra speed,” Zelleners said of Texas.
The researchers found that California had the third-highest concentration of light pollution, a measurement that measures the amount of light emitted by vehicles and other objects.
Texas and New York had the worst, with heavy pollution.
California and New Mexico had the second and third-worst levels, respectively.
California ranked the least polluted of the three, with less than one percent of its light pollution coming from cars and trucks