How Does North Dakota Rank In Driving?

  • WalletHub just came out with their list of the best and worst states for driving
  • They judged the 50 states across 23 key indicators of a positive commute, including things like average gas prices, share of rush-hour traffic congestion, road quality and more
  • Texas ranks as the best state to drive in, while Hawaii is the worst

 

While a lot of people love their cars, driving in them is another thing, especially if you live in an area that’s known for traffic. And it’s not just traffic that can ruin a perfectly good trip in the car, road hazards, gas prices and more can put a damper on your driving fun. Well, there’s no doubt drivers in some areas of the country experience these problems way more than others, and a new report reveals which folks have it the best, and the worst. 

WalletHub just came out with their list of the best and worst states to drive in, judging the 50 states across 23 key indicators of a positive commute, including things like average gas prices, share of rush-hour traffic congestion, road quality and more. 

The overall best state for driving is Texas, which scores a 63.68 out of 100, earning a high rating for access to vehicles and maintenance. When it comes to traffic and infrastructure, Nebraska tops the list, although it ranks third overall, while believe it or not, New York ranks highest for safety, although overall it ranks 41st on the list.

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