A study last month found that Rhode Island has the best drivers, and California has the worst. Now a new study looked at how annoying it is to drive in each state.

A team of researchers looked at a bunch of factors. Things like traffic, weather conditions, gas prices, wear and tear of the roads, and how bad other drivers are were all considered.

The best states to drive in are:

  1. Texas.
  2. Kansas
  3. Nebraska
  4. Iowa
  5. North Carolina
  6. Oregon
  7. Georgia
  8. Alabama
  9. Arkansas
  10. Illinois

The ten worst states to drive in are: Hawaii, Washington, Maryland, California, Connecticut, Alaska, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Jersey, and New York.

States where you're least likely to get caught in a traffic jam are Mississippi, New Mexico, Iowa, Pennsylvania, and Kansas.

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