The States with the Most Confrontational Drivers

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Chattanooga, Tennessee—

Forbes recently conducted a survey on road rage, and they included 5,000 drivers . . . 100 from every state.

They scored each state across 10 factors . . . everything from honking, yelling, and offensive hand gestures . . . all the way to forcing another driver’s car off the side of the road and SHOOTING at them.

In the end, the state with the most “confrontational” drivers is . . . UTAH.  (???)  27% of drivers in Utah said they know of someone in their state who was injured in a road rage incident.

The state with the second-most confrontational drivers is Missouri, followed by Colorado . . . Oklahoma . . . New Mexico . . . Nevada . . . Maryland . . . Indiana . . . Washington . . . and Delaware.

The state with the least confrontational drivers is:  North Dakota.  Not a lot of stress up there on the North Dakota roads.  Pennsylvania is second, followed by Michigan . . . Florida . . . New York . . . Texas . . . Virginia . . . and Georgia.

(Forbes)