Wednesday, June 07, 2006
Its not just Patrick Kennedy . . .
The tiny state of Rhode Island still ranks rock bottom in terms of driving knowledge, according to a national test conducted by GMAC Insurance.
Oregon drivers answered the most questions correctly. The test revealed that about one in 11 licensed drivers in the United States would fail a state drivers test, according to GMAC Insurance.
Rhode Island ranked last year, also, with an average score of 77. Last year, Oregon's average score was 89, which still placed at the top of the rankings that year.
This (plus the Ambien, the alleged stomach flu and the martinis) may help explain Patrick's recent driving problems, but what about Ted Kennedy's indiscretions behind the wheel?