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What does EVOC stand for?

EVOC stands for Extra Vehicle Operating Costs


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Driving on deficient roads costs each Los Angeles area driver $2,458 per year in the form of extra vehicle operating costs (VOC] as a result of driving on roads in need of repair, lost time and fuel due to congestion-related delays, and the cost of traffic crashes in which roadway features likely were a contributing factor.
According to a report released by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) and TRIP, a transportation research group, driving on rough roads costs the average American motorist approximately $350 a year in extra vehicle operating costs.
Rough roads in Pennsylvania are costing Commonwealth motorists up to $500 a year in extra vehicle operating costs, according to the report issued by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials and TRIP, a transportation research group.
The Road Information Program (TRIP) report, "Rough Ride in the City: How Poor Road Conditions Increase Motorists' Costs," also concluded that motorists in the nation's major cities are paying an average of $358 per motorist in extra vehicle operating costs (VOC) to drive on roads in need of repair.