• fb_64702145 avatar Joshua Posted: 8/28/2012 12:49pm PDT

    Live in DC now and moved from Alexandria and I agree that driving here can be difficult. But if the ratings were based on solely on number of years between accidents I think the DC area has a handicap in that area because so many people have moved here since the recession began and many are young drivers. I wonder what Geico or State Farm's results would look like.

  • fb_100004031113432 avatar fb_100004031113432 Posted: 9/7/2012 5:46pm PDT

    yes it"s difficlt and thes make me so nerves

  • dogfishbeer avatar dogfishbeer Posted: 8/29/2012 6:32am PDT

    The absolute worst drivers are always in the system32 folder.

  • richard avatar Richard Posted: 8/29/2012 8:08am PDT

    BEST. COMMENT. EVER.

  • buxxy avatar buxxy Posted: 8/28/2012 9:21am PDT

    YEP, I have an opinion based on over 20 years of commuting in NJ....I have never...I mean never seen and experienced worse drivers than the one's from PA. It's like bumper cars on Rt. 80 and also on Rt. 78. flying like bats out ov h*ll because they live in PA and work in NJ and the rest of us can just get out of their way...I've had people who didn't believe me..thought I was well, prejudice. So, once they road with me on these highways and actually saw for themselves the horrific driving from these clowns they changed their tunes quickly. I cannot for the life of me understand why NJ State Police don't crack down on these clowns. They drive like jerks with impunity. Tail gaiting, swerving in and out of traffic is the norm.

  • fb_1538220397 avatar Jerry Posted: 8/28/2012 3:45pm PDT

    Rode

  • buxxy avatar buxxy Posted: 8/28/2012 9:26am PDT

    Then there's the FRIDs...yep - F'ing Rhode Island Drivers....

  • ADog avatar ADog Posted: 8/28/2012 2:27pm PDT

    Might as well lump Washington DC, Baltimore and Alexandria all together as DC drivers, hence the absolute worst. The scariest ride/drive events I've ever been part of are there, with policymakers and government employees. No wonder the safetycrats in DC keep trying to legislate safer driving.. they need only look in the mirror to see the real problem!

  • krystalkid avatar krystalkid Posted: 8/29/2012 5:28am PDT

    I'm assuming this is "reported" incidents. The NHTSA estimates there are at least 2 to 3 times this many that go unreported.

  • TBustah avatar TBustah Posted: 9/4/2012 2:18am PDT

    I can't believe I'm actually defending San Franciscans, but has the guy who wrote this ever actually driven in that city?

    It's absolutely rife with narrow roads, steep hills, one-way streets, sharp turns, and a myriad of other hazards. It's dangerous and hard to navigate. It's no wonder it made the list, I'm sure even the locals have trouble with it from time to time.

  • fb_100004031113432 avatar fb_100004031113432 Posted: 9/7/2012 5:44pm PDT

    i do want to be the best driver in the world