What are the top ten states for rude drivers? According to citation data covering failing to yield, failing to stop, improper backing up, passing where prohibited, tailgating, street racing and hit-and-run, the winners (losers) are:

  1. Virginia
  2. Delaware
  3. Idaho
  4. Georgia
  5. Wyoming
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  7. Ohio
  8. Wisconsin
  9. Nebraska
  10. Iowa
  11. Alaska

 

Some surprises on the list.

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