A new study just ranked all 50 states from the best to worst drivers. And no, believe it or not, it’s not a 50-way tie for “worst.”
The rankings are based on four factors: The percentage of uninsured drivers . . . DUIs per capita . . . fatal accidents per capita . . . and Google searches for things like “speeding ticket” or “traffic ticket.”
And based on all that, the worst drivers are . . . well, pretty much all along the southern border of the country.
The 10 states with the worst drivers are: Mississippi . . . Tennessee . . . California . . . Missouri . . . New Mexico . . . Texas . . . Alabama . . . Florida . . . Alaska . . . and Arizona.
The 10 states with the best drivers are: Massachusetts . . . Vermont . . . Nebraska . . . Connecticut . . . New York . . . Delaware . . . Maine . . . New Hampshire . . . Rhode Island . . . and Utah.
(Here’s the full list.)