FRESNO, Calif. (KMJ) — The Golden State is among the worst in the nation when it comes to driving.
California is the 4th-worst overall, according to WalletHub, whose latest report based on 30 key metrics, says only Washington, Alaska, and Hawaii rank worse.
California gets low scores for rush-hour congestion, car thefts, high gas prices, and high maintenance costs.
Another recent study found that California drivers are the nation’s most aggressive.
However, the state does rank at the top, when looking at the most car washes per capita.