Best Drivers in the U.S. by State [2020 Study]

← VIEW THE UPDATED RESULTS HERE See this year’s complete rankings In 2018, there were 33,684 fatal crashes in America. That averages out to 92 per day, or around four per hour. The problems that Americans face on the road are well known. Drunk driving, speeding, even not wearing a seat belt, all cost Americans thousands…

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10 Worst States for DMV and DOT Data Breaches [2020 Study]

If you’ve ever been the victim of data theft, such as a stolen credit card number or a virus accidentally downloaded onto your laptop, then you know how much time, energy, and money these incidents can cost you. While you might expect your data to be safe at a government institution like the Department of…

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Top 10 Most Stolen Vehicles in the United States (2018 Update)

Motor vehicle theft has been on a steady rise in the U.S. since 2014. Here’s how many cars were stolen (in America alone) in the most recent years we have official totals for: 2014 – 686,803 2015 – 713,063 2016 – 765,484 According to the Insurance Information Institute, “In addition, preliminary data from the FBI show that in the first…

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Car Theft Statistics

Car theft costs consumers and car insurance companies millions per year! A simple way to prevent being the victim of auto theft? Lock your doors! Check out the below car theft statistics and then be sure to enter your zip code in above for free auto insurance rates! After all, you want adequate car theft…

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Best Drivers in the U.S. by State [2021 Study]

Everyone knows the bad driver. The one who cuts in and out of lanes at a high speed, merges into other lanes without looking over their shoulder, and rides the brake so that it’s difficult to see when they’ll stop. But what about the great driver? While there are no awards given for the best…

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States with the Longest ER Wait Times [New Data]

Emergency department visits have been increasing steadily for more than 20 years. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there were 144.9 million emergency department (also commonly referred to as emergency room) visits in 2017, roughly a 50 percent increase from 1995. But it’s not just population growth that’s accounting for the spike. The…

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