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Working on It: Occupations with the Best and Worst Drivers
Your job can affect your well-being in many ways, including how well you drive.
Slow it Down: Cities with the Most Speeding Tickets
For many motorists, the speedometer becomes an afterthought when they hit the roads. Here’s which cities have the most drivers guilty of speeding.
Take It to the Bank: The Ultimate Guide to Cheap Car Insurance
Owning a vehicle is expensive. Car insurance doesn’t have to be.
Put it in Park: States with the Most License Suspensions
Getting your license suspended can have serious consequences for your car insurance. These are the states with the most suspended licenses.
Fast and Furious: States with the Most Street Racers
Street racing exists in real life, not just movies. Here’s a look at which states have the biggest street racing problem.
Electric Driving: States with the Most Hybrid or Electric Vehicles
Electric and electric hybrid vehicles—and their environmentally friendly nature—are rapidly becoming more popular. Here’s a look at which states are leading that trend.
Watch Your Back: States with the Most Tailgating Violations
Tailgating is one of the most annoying driving behaviors. These are the states whose drivers are most guilty of following too closely.
Drive for Greatness: States with the Best Drivers
It’s all green lights ahead for these drivers. These 10 states have the best motorists in the United States!
Hang Up the Keys: Cities With the Most Suspended Driver’s Licenses
The infraction goes on your driving record and can lead to higher insurance rates.
States with the Most Failures to Stop
You can run (a red light), but you can’t hide (from the law).