If you've spent any amount of time on I-25 in Colorado lately, you've probably thought to yourself, "Man, when did Colorado drivers get so bad?"
You aren't wrong! A new study from Car Insurance Comparison shows Colorado ranks fifth in its list of U.S. states with the worst drivers.
The latest study states Colorado has made the "Top 10 Worst" list for six years now since 2011. The Centennial State had a high rate of drivers failing to obey traffic laws, according to the study. Other categories the researchers examined were speeding, drunk driving and careless driving.
43.9 percent of Colorado's fatal crashes happened when someone wasn't wearing a seatbelt or at least one of the drivers did not have an active or legal driver's license.
Other states ranking higher than Colorado were Texas, Montana, New Mexico and Alaska, which topped the list.