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FRANKFURT (ODER), GERMANY - APRIL 16: Cars, many of them with Germans who will shop for cigarettes, groceries and other everyday items in Poland, drive from Frankfurt an der Oder in Germany across a bridge over the Oder River into the town of Slubice at the German-Polish border on April 16, 2014 at Frankfurt and der Oder, Germany. May 1 will mark ten years since the European Union expanded east, taking in countries like Poland, the Czech Republic and the Baltic states as new members. And though the border region between Germany and Poland is flourishing with trade and cultural exchange, the open border has also brought a sharp rise in crime, especially car theft, in communities in Germany close to Poland. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Last year the people of the Sunshine State got ranked for being the worst drivers in the entire country. Is this year any different? Or did they claim that title for the second year in the row.

It is true. For the second year in a row, Floridians have claimed the title for being the worst drivers in the United States. SmartAssest does annual rankings of “States With The Worst Drivers,” where they use the number of drivers, DUI arrests, people killed and Google trends in ticket searches. Floridians also Google search “traffic tickets” more than any other state and have the second lowest number of insured drivers in the country. Way to go Florida!

Our very own, LauRen, spent a lot of time in Florida and even lived there for several years so she definitely agrees with this. We opened up the phone lines to ask our listener friends what annoyed them the most about bad drivers. Take a listen below and tweet us to let us know what annoys you the most! @TheMRLshow