Before you post that angry traffic tweet about how you’re the only person in your region of the U.S. who knows how to drive a vehicle, you may want to check up on facts to see which states actually made the cut.
As many of you know, I recently moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where – and I am told this by several longtime residents – the drivers are the worst. I find this interesting, however, because I had previously lived in Atlanta, Georgia, where many native Atlantans had assured me that local drivers are the worst.
Before you get behind the wheel to have one last squeeze of summer, might we suggest familiarizing yourself with the ten U.S. cities scientifically proven to have the most crash-prone, property-denting, addled drivers in America? There's a good chance you already live in one.
Spend just a few minutes driving on congested New York City streets, and you'll immediately see some of the world's worst driving. GMAC's fifth National Drivers Test reveals just how horrible — along with news drivers nationwide are getting worse.