I think everyone thinks that they're surrounded by the worst drivers in the country while on their daily commute - but  - how do those motorists around you rank on a list of the best and worst drivers in the United States?  An automobile insurance company recently reviewed statistics and came up with their rankings.

CarInsuranceComparison.com reviewed insurance claims, along with details from some of the most-respected traffic-related organizations in the country - including the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the National Motorists Association, and Mothers Against Drunk Driving.  While compiling the data, they reviewed fatalities per capita, failure to obey traffic signal laws and seat belt laws, drunk driving offenses, tickets, and careless driving charges.

Minnesota?  Ranks on the Best Of list, at number 4.  Meanwhile, Wisconsin ranks in the middle of the pack at 29th best.

Here are the Top Five results.

Five States With The Best Drivers:

  1. Vermont
  2. Utah
  3. New Hampshire
  4. Minnesota
  5. Oregon

 

Five States With The Worst Drivers:

  1. Louisiana
  2. South Carolina
  3. Mississippi
  4. Texas
  5. Alabama

 

Read the full list here.