Listen: North Dakota, California And Iowa discussed on At Home with Gary Sullivan
"And it has the highest vehicle theft rate which date is the best. You might ask North Dakota North Dakota took the number one spot. I thought about Iowa and Ohio with all due respect. There are maybe fourteen people in North Dakota who are driving in California. You have millions of people on the road. It is factored in for the size of the states to return degree. And I think it does add maybe more impetus for these states that do have larger pollution population to more people on the road. Maybe you have to take a harder look at making investments and infrastructure to keep up with California's just approved another tax and edit twelve cents per gallon of gas supposedly for infrastructure, including road repair. So maybe which got me thinking, hey, we don't have the brutal weather conditions that North Dakota has so how can this date with all the sunshine in warm weather? Have the worst roads I called Cal trans the agency in charge of rose to ask. But I've not received a return call yet Garcia says there's something on this year's study that surprises him to there's been so much push and talk about getting us to maybe icicle more or get on subways or buses and just alternative transportation. But the data shows that seventy five percent of us are still driving to work on a regular basis and not only we're driving. We're driving alone. We just don't want to give up our keys rounding out five best places to drive. Besides North Dakota, Iowa and Ohio, Minnesota and Nebraska, Jim Roope. Los Angeles jimbohannon offers this final salute as Americans bid farewell to Bush. Forty one.."