With so many cars on the roads here in New Jersey, driving can be extremely dangerous.

There are certain things you see when you're behind the wheel that make you want to scream!

This time of year it can be a nightmare just trying to get to the beach on a Saturday morning.

Overly aggressive drivers, those who drive well below the speed limit in the left lane, drivers who don't use their turn signal or use it at the very last second, texting while driving, and the list goes on and on.

But overall are we considered good drivers here in New Jersey?

The Asbury Park Press had an interesting article about a recent report from Forbes Advisor.

It listed the top 10 states with the best drivers and the top 10 states with the worst drivers.

So how did we do in New Jersey?

It's important to know how they determined the best and worst states.

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According to the article, "The financial advice website compared data from all 50 states across eight metrics such as drunk drivers involved in fatal car accidents and fatal car accidents involving speeding to determine which states have the worst drivers."

Here's what Forbes Advisor found.

Best Drivers

  1. Massachusetts
  2. New Hampshire
  3. Connecticut
  4. New York
  5. New Jersey
  6. Rhode Island
  7. Minnesota
  8. Maryland
  9. Utah
  10. Washington

Worst Drivers

  1. New Mexico
  2. Wyoming
  3. Texas
  4. Oklahoma
  5. Montana
  6. Louisiana
  7. Kentucky
  8. Kansas
  9. Mississippi
  10. Missouri

Here are some tips on driving here in New Jersey!

Here Are 10 Tips For Driving in New Jersey - From NJ Drivers

According to "New Jersey" sub Reddit users! Check out the full thread HERE.

Gallery Credit: Reddit

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