Denver has the ninth worst drivers, according to QuoteWizard

What is suffering if it can’t be measured?

Rush hour traffic on 6th Avenue near Bannock Street, May 17, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Rush hour traffic on 6th Avenue near Bannock Street, May 17, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

What is suffering if it can’t be measured? Babies will stop crying if they’re left alone. Scientists have long grappled with a way to objectively measure pain.

So what’s the point of complaining about bad Denver drivers if you can’t prove they are bad?

If your fellow car operators are a source of constant sadness, please console yourself with the knowledge that QuoteWizard took a stab at ranking bad drivers.

Denver came in ninth out of their study of the 75 most populous metro areas. Someone make a bumper sticker.

To figure out we’re the ninth-worst, QuoteWizard sampled accidents, speeding tickets, DUIs and citations data from drivers who used its services. QuoteWizard is a company that provides insurance quotes from a variety of different companies.

The worst city is Sacramento, according to QuoteWizard, so keep that in mind on your way home.