I drove in Boston once. cabs and old cars would just drive up over the sidewalkAs someone who spent a lot of time driving in Massachusetts, I can assure this list if FOS. Felt like I was risking my life every time I got in the car. Complete blatant disregard for traffic laws.
I got hit by a dui in misssissippi. guy was uninsured with 0.29 blood alcoholAs they say, there are lies, damn lies and then - statistics. I don't see what being insured has to do with being a "good driver". If anything, if you are uninsured it is possible you might be much more careful. As far as tickets for speeding and DUI, that has as much to do with how vigorously law enforcement goes after people as how fast and drunk people drive (IMHO). The fatalities per 100K seems like a relevant measure. All I know is I traveled all over the country for many years and Nebraska has some very poor drivers.
I saw a moron pass on the shoulder on Highway 6 on the way to Waverly, narrowly missing a bicyclist. Too many low IQ's driving late for work who think they can sleep late and make up for it on the road.I drove in Boston once. cabs and old cars would just drive up over the sidewalk