Special Report

Worst Cities to Drive in Every State

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New Mexico: Farmington
> Traffic fatalities per 100,000 people: 26.8 (state: 18.2)
> Avg. commute time: 23.9 min. (state: 22.3 min.)
> Commuters driving to work: 95.2% (state: 90.0%)
> 2017 car thefts per 100,000 people: 215.1

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New York: New York-Newark-Jersey City
> Traffic fatalities per 100,000 people: 4.3 (state: 5.0)
> Avg. commute time: 36.3 min. (state: 33.7 min.)
> Commuters driving to work: 56.4% (state: 59.4%)
> 2017 car thefts per 100,000 people: 104.7

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North Carolina: Rocky Mount
> Traffic fatalities per 100,000 people: 21.1 (state: 13.7)
> Avg. commute time: 21.9 min. (state: 24.9 min.)
> Commuters driving to work: 92.7% (state: 89.9%)
> 2017 car thefts per 100,000 people: 141.8

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North Dakota: Grand Forks
> Traffic fatalities per 100,000 people: 10.7 (state: 15.2)
> Avg. commute time: 15.4 min. (state: 16.5 min.)
> Commuters driving to work: 88.8% (state: 89.8%)
> 2017 car thefts per 100,000 people: 141.6

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Ohio: Cleveland-Elyria
> Traffic fatalities per 100,000 people: 8.1 (state: 10.1)
> Avg. commute time: 24.6 min. (state: 23.6 min.)
> Commuters driving to work: 89.7% (state: 91.0%)
> 2017 car thefts per 100,000 people: 294.8