Georgia Among Nation's Worst Drivers

Written by  Monday, 07 April 2014 14:54

Nationally, Georgians rank as the 14th worst drivers, according to the website The website looks at various statistics including fatalities per mile driven and the number of traffic tickets handed out for drunk driving, careless driving and other offenses.

The site also reports that Georgia is number two in traffic citations issued. According to the recent Statesboro Police annual report, the city’s drivers were issued over 5,000 tickets in the year 2013. The number one state for the best drivers was Vermont.

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