Apparently, Pennsylvania drivers are just the worst.
(Dating a born-and-bred northern New Jersey guy, I'm often privy to this particular gripe. His list of expletives crossing the Ben Franklin Bridge often rivals Colin Firth's delightfully British rant from "The King's Speech.")
But maybe it's not our fault. A study released Wednesday by WalletHub indicates that Pennsylvania is the second-most lenient state when it comes to risky driving behaviors. The Commonwealth ranked poorly on DUI prevention and penalties and reckless driving penalties.
Arizona is considered the strictest state, and South Dakota came in dead last.