Kentucky placed 10th best in the nation in a recent QuoteWizard study of the country’s best and worst driving states. However, when the research team took a closer look at the 50 largest cities in the Bluegrass State, Frankfort didn’t fare well. In fact, with its wonky one-way streets and a heavy flow of state government traffic that funnels into and out of the city each weekday, Frankfort placed ninth worst in the state for driving. If it makes us feel any better, the capital city’s traffic is not nearly as bad as Fort Campbell North, which sits on the Kentucky-Tennessee line and earned the title of worst driving city. Fort Thomas, Lyndon, La Grange and Jeffersontown rounded out the worst five and nearby Lawrenceburg earned 15th.