There's a new study out on the WORST DRIVERS in America, and one thing's clear: If you're in Florida and somehow no one shoots you, they'll probably end up running you over.
HALF of the 10 worst driving cities in the U.S. are in Florida, including the number one city, which is . . . Miami.
The rankings are based on several factors, including insurance claims, fatal accidents, drunk driving deaths, and pedestrian injuries.
There are a couple problems though: The data isn't consistently available for every city, especially smaller ones. Also, they used Allstate's insurance data, and they don't insure in Massachusetts, so Boston wasn't eligible. And those people drive like lunatics.
But still, it's about as thorough of a look at the worst drivers in the country as you're going to get.
The top 10 worst driving cities are: Miami . . . Philadelphia . . . Hialeah, Florida . . . Tampa . . . Baltimore . . . New Orleans . . . Orlando . . . Fort Lauderdale . . . Houston . . . and Providence, Rhode Island. (Slate)