Minnesota and Wisconsin rival each other in many things, but when it comes to who the better drivers are, it's no contest. The latest statistical data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (2015 data) shows that the Gopher State leads the country, while the Badger State falls in the bottom half.
Nothing is more frustrating than driving down the road coming up to a stop sign and having a parked car directly behind the stop sign. Which can lead to a very dangerous situation with incoming cars and outgoing cars on the street with little or no room for two other cars. So what exactly is the law when it comes to parking by a stop sign or end of the block?
Officials with the Minnesota Department of Transportation say that work is almost finished on a three-year project to provide signage along the native shores of the Mississippi River. By mid-July, the more than 800-mile river will include signs that help motorists and bicyclists better navigate the scenic byways that flank the waterway.