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    Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. Drivers Unfit for the Road

    Today, the 2011 GMAC Insurance National Drivers Test results revealed that 1 in 5 drivers on the road today cannot meet the basic requirements to get a driver’s license. This means that 36.9 million U.S. drivers – roughly 18 percent – would not pass the written drivers test if they took it today.

    Which state scored the best/worst on the GMAC Insurance National Drivers Test? Kansas continued to reign as the state with the safest drivers with an average score of 82.9 percent. New York, who had the worst average score last year, was bumped from last place this year by Washington, D.C. and the state’s 71.8 percent average score.

    Find out how well you would do!

    Take the test to brush up on your driving knowledge and then view the full results at and click on the National Drivers Test button. Without critical driving comprehension and a strong knowledge of the rules of the road, many drivers run the risk of causing accidents. The GMAC Insurance National Drivers Test sets out to remind drivers to always drive safely and know the rules of the road!

    If you’re a member of Facebook, check out the National Drivers Test Facebook App and “challenge a friend” to take the test and watch for news coverage of the results on the GMAC Insurance National Drivers Test Twitter page. Follow @driverstest on Twitter!