A chiropractor and a masseuse both offer you a ride. Which is the better driver?
According to Insurify, a website that gives quotes for car insurance, the masseuse is the better bet, but just by a skosh: 37.7% of drivers in that profession have reported a driving violation, as opposed to 38.06% of chiros. But neither occupation is winning any awards behind the wheel; both were among the five worst drivers tallied by Insurify, which analyzed auto insurance applications from 1.6 million people and noted prior infractions and tickets.
The worst drivers? Salespeople for memberships or event tickets, with a whopping 43.09% reporting an incident, followed by fitness club managers at 39.88%.
But Outliers can’t afford to indulge in too much schadenfreude here—journalists and reporters barely edged out masseuses, at 37.28%.
No profession related to healthcare scored among the five occupations with the best drivers.
But if you want to feel secure in your ride, go with a postmaster. They delivered the best results: only 15.79% had a violation.