Study finds D.C. drivers worse than Marylanders or Virginians

Traffic is seen on the Interstate 495, the Capital Beltway in Hyattsville, Md., outside Washington,

(WJLA) - Driving in D.C. can be challenging and sometimes – downright dangerous.

Nearly a quarter-million vehicles come into the District every single day, and nearly 30,000 traffic accidents happened in the city per day last year, which has some asking which drivers from the DMV are causing the most problems.

Everyone seems to have an opinion, but according to recent statistics from AAA, D.C. drivers cause 37-percent of all accidents in the city – followed by 33-percent by Maryland and just under 14-percent by Virginia.