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Ivory Tower Incidents: America’s Most Dangerous Universities

DISCLAIMER: This study uses data from the FBI’s 2016 Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) college and university dataset. The FBI discourages ranking locales based on this data. While the choice to present UCR data in the format of a ranked list is controversial, this study does not aim to measure the effectiveness of any campus law enforcement body or assess the character of any of the students enrolled in these schools. This study lists a number of universities that have higher rates of violent crime, and acknowledges and highlights these schools’ efforts at promoting campus and public safety.
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Sick of Long Commutes? These Cities Have the Worst Traffic

No matter how you do it—by car, rail, or foot—commuting can be a hassle.
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Drunk Driving Capitals of the U.S.

Drunk driving has, overall, subsided as a national habit.
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Safest Cities Awards

A city is only as safe as its drivers.
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Help Wanted: These Occupations Boast the Worst Drivers

Your line of work doesn’t wholly define you. But it might give insurance companies an idea of how well you drive.
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These 20 Cities are Home to the Fastest Drivers

It’s common knowledge that many drivers are liberal with speed limits once they hit the road.
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States Most Likely to be Impacted by Tariffs on Canadian Auto Imports

After imposing tariffs on imported aluminum and steel in May 2018, the Trump administration is considering a new tariff of up to 25 percent on automobiles and auto parts.
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The 10 States with the Highest Percentage of Hybrid or Electric Vehicles

Alternative fuel vehicles were once considered a toy for the rich, but today they’ve become more commonplace, with over half a million hybrid and electric vehicles sold in 2017.
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The 10 States with the Most Suspended/Revoked Licenses

Committing certain driving infractions may lead to a suspended or revoked driver’s license. While both punishments mean you’re no longer legally allowed to drive, a revoked license is far more serious.
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Most Patriotic Cities Awards

Military service is an American tradition: Since the founding of the Continental Army in 1775, patriotic Americans have been serving the country in uniform, both in peacetime and at war.
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The Most Popular Car in Every State

Buying a car is a major financial decision. You can expect to pay thousands of dollars for even the cheapest new model, and you'll probably be driving it for years to come, so it's important to choose one that you can be happy with—which includes being able to afford the car payment.
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Who’s Smartest? States with the Highest GPAs

A high school graduate’s GPA is one of the most important factors affecting their college admission options, followed closely at many schools by their standardized test scores.
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Drive Fast? These 10 States Have a Major Speeding Problem

When you're in a hurry to reach your destination, sometimes it's tempting to just hit the gas and disregard speed limits.
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Most Dangerous States for Drinking and Driving

Over the last decades, the United States has greatly reduced the frequency of drunk driving and and the all-too-predictable accidents that result.