Minnesota cities with the worst drivers: List

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According to a recent study, Minnesota ranks 23rd in the U.S. for distracted driving. The study looked at data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and found that Minnesota had 1,843 fatal crashes from 2017 to 2021, with 7% involving a distracted driver. 

With that, data researchers determined which Minnesota cities had the best and worst drivers.

Worst drivers in Minnesota: 

  1. Maplewood
  2. Oakdale
  3. St. Louis Park
  4. Austin
  5. Minnetonka
  6. Faribault
  7. Elk River
  8. Lino Lakes
  9. Andover
  10. Savage

Best drivers in Minnesota: 

  1. Edina
  2. White Bear Lake
  3. Plymouth
  4. Blaine
  5. Brooklyn Park
  6. Winona
  7. New Brighton
  8. Rosemount
  9. St. Cloud
  10. Apple Valley