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NC ranks 7th on list of states with worst drivers

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GREENVILLE, N.C. - The worst drivers in the world always seem to be the ones driving next to you, don't they?
     
But which state actually has the worst collection of drivers?

Carinsurancecomparison.com compiled stats taking into account fatalities, drunk driving, careless driving and tickets in general.
     
They say the worst drivers are in Louisiana.
     
But before we point and laugh, North Carolina tied for 7th worst with Missouri, just behind South Carolina, Florida, and Alabama.
     
The best drivers in the states they commute in, Utah.
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