These 12 Counties In Alabama Have The Worst Drivers In The State

Whenever I’m out driving, I sometimes wonder how some people are able to have a license. Many people today just can’t drive–and don’t even get me started on texting and driving, or applying makeup while driving down the road. Just the other day, I spotted an older gentleman reading a book while driving down the road. That’s right. READING A BOOK! I’ve seriously seen it all.

Alabama is home to several terrible drivers. According to ALDOT’s Crash Facts 2012, the following 12 counties have the worst drivers. Note: The calculation used to determine the ranking was as follows: Total Crashes 2012 ÷ Population. The result is the number of crashes per 1,000 residents.

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Did any of these counties surprise you by being on the list? What annoys you the most about today’s drivers? Let us know in the comments below!