Fiscally Conservative, Socially tolerant, Anti-War
Bad as they are, the worst states seem to be Illinois and Connecticut .
And I've traveled on more that a few of those roads, trust me.
The roads in Illinois are horrible,driving there will shake the fillings out of your teeth.
Road maintenance should be a factor: roads in areas with heavy freeze/thaw should be the most easily worn out, most expensive. By the way... worst drivers ever? Tulsa.There's no good reason that California shouldn't have the best roads at the lowest maintenance cost, right? Along with all the southern tier states.
According to David Stockman, 80% of the more heavily traveled bridges in America that currently need repair are in CA - http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-04-29/david-stockman-destroys-perennial-myth-crumbling-infrastructure
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