MINNESOTA– No matter where you’re driving, it can be a peaceful or stressful time, as drivers deal with traffic, weather, and road conditions.
In a study conducted by bankrate.com, a list was revealed Wednesday of the best and worst states for drivers.
Minnesota was ranked as the fourth best state for driving, while Wisconsin came in 11th, and Michigan at 28th.
North Dakota was ranked as the best state for drivers.
The study revealed that North Dakota had a lower than average traffic fatality and vehicle theft rate.
Iowa and Ohio came in at second and third.
California was ranked as the worst state for driving.
Click here to read the study: (https://www.bankrate.com/auto/best-and-worst-states-for-drivers-ranked)