Another study has confirmed what our southern-fried grandpappy has been saying for the last 15 years: “Ain’t a single soul in this dadgum state know how to drive good.”

A study from Munley Law ranked states based on metrics such as fatalities, DUI arrests, speeding and seatbelt use, with Colorado ranking 13th.

You may be thinking that 13th out of 50 states isn’t that bad, but it’s still rough enough for us to scream at the top of our lungs while hyperventilating and white-knuckling our steering wheel as we try to merge onto I-25.

Are we saying that every Colorado citizen should be banned from roadways? Absolutely not. Do more stringent measures need to be put into place to create safer driving infrastructure? Maybe, but that’s not for us to decide.

What we’re trying to say is this: if you or a loved one own an automobile, have ever made a mistake while piloting a vehicle or have utilized your car on a public roadway that’s funded with your own tax dollars, we think you’re terrible people, just the worst.