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Simply registering your car in Minnesota will make you drive poorly

As soon as he registered his car here, he inexplicably began driving 15 miles per hour lower than the speed limit.

As soon as he registered his car here, he inexplicably began driving 15 miles per hour lower than the speed limit.

Reader James Kirk Wilkinson responds to Study reveals Twin Citians suck at driving (except for you):

When I first put the Minnesota plates on my car, it immediately traveled at 15 mph slower than posted speed limits until other vehicles approached me from other lanes. It also accelerates ferociously within the last half mile before intersections.

It's harder to stop at traffic lights and stop signs, especially when pedestrians are present.

Good thing there's so much public transportation in the area. I hardly trust my car to drive safely now that it's registered in Minnesota.