- July 9, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
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Some states have drivers who aren’t so nice.
That’s at least what a new study published by Bankrate is saying, which analyzed five different data sources from Bryden & Sullivan, Zippia’s and YouGov.com as well as WorldPopulationReview.com’s Bad Driver Index and Finder.com’s Ranking of Worst Drivers.
The personal finance website examined each U.S. states’ ranking to create a “rude driving score” based on general rudeness, poor driving patterns and habits. Bankrate then ranked each state by its earned score.
THESE ARE THE BEST, WORST CITIES FOR DRIVING: REPORT
According to Bankrate’s findings, the five states with the rudest drivers are New Mexico, Oregon, Florida, Nevada and California.
The five states with the rudest drivers are New Mexico, Oregon, Florida, Nevada and California, a new Bankrate study…