JACKSON, Miss. — If you’re ever been cut off by a bad driver or stuck behind a person going slow in the passing lane, you might have thought to yourself that the Magnolia state has some of the worst drivers in the nation.
According to a infographic by CarInsuranceComparison.com, you wouldn’t be completely off base with that assumption.
They rank Mississippi drivers as third worst in the entire country.
The survey used a combination of deaths per 100 million miles driven, DUIs, and tickets written for speeding and careless driving to create the list of top ten worst states.
2. South Carolina
7. Missouri (tie)
7. North Carolina (tie)
10. North Dakota