So it’s official. Florida has some terrible drivers. Let’s be honest. Miami, Naples, and Orlando might be the trifecta of terrible drivers. I mean, I’ve seen some questionable driving in my day, but these cities take it to a whole new level. In Miami, it’s like every driver thinks they’re filming the next installment of the Fast and Furious franchise.
And don’t even get me started on Naples. It’s like a retirement community on wheels. Everyone driving at a snail’s pace and refusing to use their turn signals. And as for Orlando, well, let’s just say that there’s some Goofy Drivers there. How did they ever pass their diving test?
It comes as no surprise that according data from KyrosAML.com, Florida ranks in at number four with a pass rate of only 47.1%. That’s right folks, more than half of Florida drivers fail their driving test on the first try.
Now, I know what you’re thinking, “But Florida is the land of retirees and snowbirds, surely their driving test can’t be that hard?” Well, let me tell you, Florida driving tests are no joke.
For starters, you have to be prepared to navigate through a sea of golf carts and oversized SUVs, all while dodging the occasional gator that decides to cross the road.
And let’s not forget about the mandatory parallel parking portion of the test. Sure, parallel parking is a common driving maneuver, but have you ever tried doing it with a line of angry Floridians honking at you? It’s like trying to solve a Rubik’s Cube while being pelted with oranges.
Passing your driving test can be a daunting task, especially if you live in one of these states with a low pass rate. Here’s a rundown of the 10 most challenging states to pass your driving test in the US: