Here’s how Georgia ranked on some of the WalletHub metrics (1=best; 25=average):
• No. 30 – Share of Rush-Hour Traffic Congestion
• No. 29 – Car Theft Rate
• No. 19 – Auto-Repair Shops per Capita
• No. 17 – Avg. Gas Prices
• No. 5 – Auto-Maintenance Costs
• No. 2 – Road Quality
• No. 13 – Car Dealerships per Capita
Georgia follows Iowa, Tennessee, North Carolina, Texas and Nebraska, which took home the top five spots for best driving states.
Meanwhile, Colorado, California, Washington, Rhode Island and Hawaii ranked the worst, according to the report.
The author of the report also notes that traffic is more than a nuisance, it also costs Americans a pretty penny every year.
“In fact, congestion cost U.S. drivers $87 billion in 2018, as well as an average of 97 hours of their time,” the report reads.
Explore the full report here.