A long-lived DMV debate has been settled—Maryland drivers are worse than Virginia drivers.
The confirmation comes from a new Forbes Advisor survey of 5,000 drivers nationwide.
Maryland ranked seventh in the United States for the most confrontational (aggressive) drivers, while Virginia ranked 44th.
For the purposes of the survey, confrontational driving included actions such as tailgating and making offensive gestures.
Washington, D.C., wasn’t included in the survey.