*LIST* The Best & Worst Driving States In The U.S.
October 22, 2021
- QuoteWizard has just come out with their annual list of the Best and Worst Drivers By State
- They looked at two million insurance quotes, and created a score based on four driving incident factors – accidents, speeding tickets, DUIs and citations
- Iowa is the state with the worst drivers in the country, while New Hampshire is state with the best drivers in the country
- Source: QuoteWizard
We all may think we’re excellent drivers, but with the amount of accidents we see on the road, that’s obviously not true. Some states have reputations for having the worst drivers on the road, while others may have a better record, and now a new report is revealing the truth about folks behind the wheel.
- QuoteWizard has just come out with their annual list of the Best and Worst Drivers By State.
- They looked at two million insurance quotes, and created a score based on four driving incident factors:
- Speeding tickets
- Based on these criteria, Iowa is the state with the worst drivers in the country, ranking high in nearly every category.
- Meanwhile, New Hampshire is the state with the best drivers in the country.
Top Five Worst Driving States in the U.S.
- North Dakota
Top Five Best Driving States in the U.S.
- New Hampshire
- West Virginia
Click here to see where your state falls on the list
Other tidbits from the report:
- Tennessee is the most accident-prone state, followed by Massachusetts.
- Hawaii is the most lead-footed state, meaning they have the most drivers who get caught speeding. Wisconsin comes in second.
- The drunkest driving state is Wyoming, followed by Tennessee.
- North Dakota is the state where drivers get the most citations, followed by Iowa.
- What state do you think has the worst drivers? Why do you think they’re so bad?
- Have you ever driven in one of the worst or best driving states? Do you think they really deserve those titles?
- Would you call yourself a safe driver? What makes you think so? When was the last time you got into an accident or got a speeding ticket?