Tennessee Drivers Ranked Among Worst in the Country According to Yearly Study
A recent study finds Tennessee drivers to be among the worst in the country.
Smart Asset conducted the study for the third straight year using four metrics, including the percentage of drivers insured, the number of DUIs per 1000 drivers, the number of fatalities per 100,000 vehicle miles driven, and how often residents google terms like traffic or speeding ticket.
Tennessee ranked tied for eighth on the list with Alaska, as Tennessee has the fifth lowest number of insured drivers in the country, sees nearly 4 DUIs per 1,000 drivers, has 1.35 fatalities per 100 million vehicle miles driven, and ranks 14th in rate of internet searches for driving related tickets.
A complete breakdown of the rankings and stats can be found on smartasset.com