WalletHub.com updated its annual list of the best and worst states to drive in. And once again, we have a new winner.
It’s not clear how things can change so much in one year. But they base the rankings on traffic, commute times, gas prices, and about 30 other factors.
The ten best states for driving this year are: Iowa . . . Tennessee . . . North Carolina . . . Texas . . . Nebraska . . . Georgia . . . Virginia . . . Indiana . . . Arkansas . . . and Alabama.
Hawaii ranked dead last for the third year in a row. So that part’s been consistent.
The ten WORST states for driving are: Hawaii . . . Rhode Island . . . Washington . . . California . . . Colorado . . . Maryland . . . West Virginia . . . New Jersey . . . Alaska . . . and Montana.
Mississippi has the easiest rush hours to drive in. California has the worst.