Ohio ranked in top five worst states for winter driving

COLUMBUS, Ohio (ADAMS) – A study by a consumer reports website says Ohio is one of the five worst states in the country for winter driving.

Data released last week by MoneyGeek says Ohio is the fourth-worst for traveling by car during the winter.

MoneyGeek analyzed data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on a state’s road conditions when weather includes sleet, snow, ice, and freezing drizzle. The study found that Michigan had the worst winter roads, followed by Alaska, Wyoming, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.

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