Charleston, SC based Timesheet Panda Announces Launch of New Site for Employee Management

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Charleston, SC – June 30, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Efficient and accurate employee scheduling is an essential part of a company’s success in today’s extremely competitive environment. Unfortunately, many company HR departments struggle with this process week after week. Traditional, manual methods of scheduling multiple employees are no longer efficient and can be impacted significantly by human error.

In an effort to help reduce the occurrence of scheduling mistakes and issues, Timesheet Panda has launched a new website at

“Our new site is designed to help companies see how our services can help them save both time and money,” stated Timesheet Panda representative Tom Cross. “No longer do businesses and employees have to deal with trying to read sloppy handwriting or try to figure out if employees are engaging in “time stealing.” Our process helps to automate everything, allowing a company’s HR department to focus on more pressing tasks.”

Timesheet Panda is designed to handle an array of tasks when it comes to employee’s schedules and the scheduling process. This includes tracking employees from any smartphone, tablet or computer, to provide instant alerts for early departures or late starts and provide managers the authority to edit worker’s timesheets.

“We want to make the entire process of creating timesheets easier and more efficient,” continued Cross. “It allows our clients to easily and quickly create schedules for a month, week or day, customize a shift according to title, pay rate and location and enables employees to facilitate their own shift switches with other works.”

Simplifying the scheduling process allows companies to improve employee satisfaction and ensure fewer mistakes are made. The innovative software solutions offered by, the recently launched website of Timesheet Panda, provides superior solutions that many companies are searching for, reducing wasted time, mistakes and unhappy workers.


Timesheet Panda, which is a company that has been providing affordable and advanced employee time management solutions for 20 years, has recently launched a website explaining the services offered and making the more accessible by local companies. Dedicated to customer satisfaction, the company is continually searching for new ways to enhance the services they offer while ensuring time management is a top priority. The staff is committed to offering the highest quality products and guarantee their clients the lowest prices in this industry today. The company loves to help their clients grow and achieve successes they only dreamed were possible.

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Name: Tom Cross
Organization: Timesheet Panda
Phone: (866) 549-3101

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GALLERY: Life at the Charleston Area Beaches

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By Mark A. Leon

It is summer time in Charleston. ?A time for dancing, playing, drinking, laughing, eating or just plain laying out. ?One of our favorite summer activities is spending time at the beach. ?With a flurry of beach options, we have our many choices and favorites. ?We took some time to find some fun pictures shared on Instagram of people sharing their amazing beach experiences.

Enjoy these photographic stories about Life at the Beach in Charleston.

Sullivan’s Island – Instagram: Binko101


Sullivan’s Island – Instagram: Misstarabelle


Sullivan’s Island – Instagram: Sylviedoodlebug


Sullivan’s Island – Instagram: Ambermatlack


Sullivan’s Island – Instagram: Sylviaoakes


Sullivan’s Island – Instagram: Kelseyvancamp


Isle of Palms – Instagram: Susiebarrettart


Isle of Palms – Instagram: Nicoletmerrell


Isle of Palms – Instagram: Bowchickaspicegirlwow


Folly Beach – Instagram: Follybeachislandyoga


Folly Beach – Instagram: Allieb212


Folly Beach – Instagram: Tonytrossimba


The Washout – Instagram: Cali_dahlia


Folly Beach – Instagram: Jennjusticeosteen


Isle of Palms – Instagram: Love_bgraham

Make sure you follow some of these great Instagram accounts.

Have a great summer and don’t forget to wear sunblock.




iModules Software Partners With Charleston Based Omatic Software for Data Integration

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iModules Software, the leader in constituent engagement management for educational institutions, and Omatic Software announced today the availability of an integrated solution with Raiser’s Edge?.

This integration combines online and offline data to drive marketing strategies that raise more money and build stronger relationships with supporters, all while maintaining high data quality.

“ImportOmatic is a great tool that really helps simplify our data imports,” said Joan Shofner, Executive Director of Advancement Services at University of Central Arkansas. “I’m excited about the Omatic and iModules partnership and the possibilities to come.”

“We are happy to be providing this solution for our clients who use Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge as their database of record,” said Fred Weiss, President and CEO of iModules. “This partnership will make it easier for those clients to achieve fundraising success.”

iModules Software’s online alumni engagement platform, Encompass, is a completely integrated communication and engagement solution built to help institutions strengthen relationships, increase engagement, foster loyalty, boost participation, and drive donations.

Omatic Software provides software and services to help nonprofits worldwide integrate, extend, and optimize their software and processes. By utilizing ImportOmatic, an advanced data synchronization solution for Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge, the data sync process is automated and standardized while preventing duplicate records.

“We are excited to further extend our portfolio of integrations with iModules,” said Kevin Kreamer, Director of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances at Omatic Software. “A number of mutual clients use ImportOmatic to move data from iModules into Raiser’s Edge and the enhancements we have made will make it even easier for our iModules users to implement, adopt, and benefit from the power of ImportOmatic to integrate these two solutions. This will have a positive impact on fundraising and stewardship efforts.”

About iModules
Build and sustain lifelong relationships with alumni and supporters through a platform for fundraising, communication, and engagement built by the educational advancement experts at iModules Software. More than 800 higher education institutions partner with iModules to drive larger gifts, increase event attendance and membership, and improve participation rates through data-driven, meaningful engagement. Learn more at

About Omatic Software
Omatic Software is the global leader in extending, automating, and integrating Blackbaud technology. Founded in 2002, Omatic has been a Blackbaud Technology Partner since 2004. We have amassed an energetic team with more than 300 years of combined nonprofit experience and over 100 years of combined software development experience to support over 2,000 clients in 20 countries. Having paved the way for expanding and adding onto The Raiser’s Edge?, Omatic currently has over 50 solutions to help nonprofits boost their Blackbaud technology. Learn more at

T Mobile US : Investing in New Charleston County Operation – 400 New Jobs

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COLUMBIA, S.C., June 28 — The South Carolina Department of Commerce issued the following news release:

T-Mobile US, one of the largest wireless service providers in the United States, is moving its existing customer care center in the Charleston area to a new, larger facility in North Charleston. The company is expected to invest more than $16.7 million in the new facility, creating 400 new jobs.

T-Mobile is redefining the way consumers and businesses buy wireless services through leading product and service innovation. With its advanced 4G LTE network, the company provides wireless service to 72.6 million customers across the nation through its T-Mobile and MetroPCS flagship brands. T-Mobile customer care centers, like the one in Charleston County, help address customer concerns while delivering world-class service.

T-Mobile expects to move 800 employees, who currently work at its Daniel Island location as customer service representatives, managers, supervisors and staff, to its new location in North Charleston, S.C.Expected to be operational during the first quarter of 2018, the new facility will allow the company to create 400 additional jobs. Hiring for the new positions is projected to begin in November 2017, and interested applicants should visit the company’s careers page for more information.

The Coordinating Council for Economic Development awarded a $250,000 Set Aside grant to Charleston County to assist with the costs of building upfit.


“T-Mobile is incredibly excited to open the doors of our new home in North Charleston – our latest and largest customer care center. We pride ourselves on being the best place to work, and this is going to be an amazing new workplace for our current and new Un-carrier experts dedicated to changing wireless for good.” -T-Mobile Customer Care Executive Vice President Callie Field

“The 400 jobs that this investment will create for South Carolinians clearly show T-Mobile’s commitment to our state and our people. We are grateful that this great company has decided to expand here and look forward to the future prosperity that we know will come from this great partnership.” -Gov. Henry McMaster

“We couldn’t be more excited to watch a national brand like T-Mobile USexpand its operations in the Palmetto State. T-Mobile’s presence shows the world that we are ready to do business on all levels and in all types of industries.” -Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt

“Congratulations to T-Mobile on their notable expansion to Charleston County. Repurposing vacant commercial space to a vibrant central hub with significant job numbers is a true economic development success story.” -Charleston County Council Chairman Victor Rawl

“We are happy to see T-Mobile’s commitment in the City of North Charleston. Not only will the company be creating jobs in our region, but T-Mobile will be repurposing a former big box, a creative and adaptive reuse of a formerly-dated structure in North Charleston. They will be a great corporate partner whose investment entails a wide-range of benefits to our community.” -City of North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey

“We have proven ourselves, locally and nationally, as a destination to call on for business growth. We stand eager to assist T-Mobile with their relocation and expansion needs, now and well into the future.” -Charleston County Economic Development Director Steve Dykes


* T-Mobile US is investing in new Charleston County operations.

* $16.7 million investment to create 400 new jobs, bringing total employment on-site to 1,200.

* T-Mobile US is one of the largest wireless providers in the U.S., delivering 4G LTE service to more than 72.6 million customers.

* The company’s new North Charleston customer service center is expected to be operational during the first quarter of 2018.

* Interested applicants should visit the company’s careers page for more information.

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Charleston Defense Contractors Association Announces Launch of 7th Annual Student Mobile App Competition

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CHARLESTON, S.C., June 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA), a nonprofit focused on the preservation and growth of the defense and technology related industries in the Charleston and Lowcountry regions, today announced that it is now accepting submissions for its 7th Annual Student Mobile App Competition. ?The contest is open to middle school to college students throughout the Southeast. A recent economic report from Darla Moore School of Business at University of South Carolina (USC) revealed that Charleston is one of the leading defense and technology hubs in the U.S., contributing $10.6 billion to the overall $24.1 billion annual economic impact for South Carolina.

Mobile App Competition winners are announced during the CDCA Defense Summit (Formerly C5ISR Summit). This year’s annual event is scheduled for Dec. 5-8, 2017 in Charleston, SC. The conference brings together more than 1,500 industry leaders in technology, defense, health care and other organizations focused on driving innovation in the defense industry.? The event connects app competitors to companies participating in the Summit. In turn, past winners have received scholarships and job offers from their exposure to potential employers.

“The contest was a great experience for me,” said last year’s winner, DeJean Dunbar of Charleston Southern University.? “By participating I acquired valuable skills in building an app to solve a business challenge from the ground up. I also received insights into what companies are looking for in future employees. As a result of this contest, I found a passion for technology, my future career path and job interviews.”


CDCA’s 7th Annual Student Mobile App Competition

Judging criteria reviews the scope of problem addressed by the application, ease-of-use, and positive user experience. Applicants are encouraged to make applications intuitive. Additional materials may be submitted to explain the application’s use. Judges’ decisions are final.


Oct 27, 2017:? Deadline for Letter of Intent

Online submissions can be submitted on the CDCA website HERE.

Nov 15, 2017, 11:59pm EST:? Deadline for submitting the app and any supporting materials

Dec 6, 2017:? Winners announced at the CDCA Defense Summit?


For more information email:???????


The competition is open to individuals or teams of Middle, High School, and full-time, undergraduate and graduate college students.

RULES & REGULATIONS:? Full list of terms and conditions can be found here.

About Charleston Defense Contractors Association

Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA) is an association of organizations and individual professionals dedicated to preserving, highlighting and continuing to grow the defense industry and its affiliated-organizations in Charleston, South Carolina, and its immediate surrounding region.? Since its inception in December 2002, the CDCA has worked to address issues facing the continually changing landscape that is Charleston’s defense industry presence and ensure that it continues to be a thriving, sustained business opportunity in Charleston, South Carolina. For further information, visit us at

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Samsung investing $380M in South Carolina, creating 950 jobs

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COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Samsung is investing $380 million in South Carolina to manufacture home appliances, creating an estimated 950 jobs over the next three years, state and company officials announced Wednesday.

The South Korean-based company is opening a “state-of-the-art” facility in the former Caterpillar plant in Newberry. Production is expected to start early next year. “Premium home appliances” made at the plant will include washing machines and will be sold primarily in the United States, the company said in a news release.

The announcement came hours after new South Korean President Moon Jae-in left for the United States for meetings with President Donald Trump. Samsung Electronics CEO B.K. Yoon signed the company’s plans Wednesday morning in Washington with Gov. Henry McMaster.

A celebratory event was to be held in Newberry later Wednesday.

“This new investment will enable Samsung to increase the speed with which we can deliver premium home appliances that reflect the regional preferences of our fastest-growing and most important consumer market,” Yoon said.

Company officials began considering expanding its U.S. production nearly three years ago and launched talks with South Carolina officials last fall, the company said.

Samsung already operates a call center employing 800 people in Greenville County, about 50 miles (80 kilometers) away.

Rural Newberry County is home to fewer than 40,000 people. Caterpillar announced in April 2016 it was closing its 325-employee electric generator packaging facility in Newberry to consolidate production in other states. At the time, it was one of Newberry County’s largest employers and taxpayers.

Samsung’s decision “is one that will change the very fabric of the Newberry community,” McMaster said. “Samsung will now be an important partner in ushering in an unprecedented period of economic growth and prosperity in our state.”

The board of Santee Cooper, South Carolina’s state-owned utility, approved a $2.75 million grant for Samsung on Monday, said spokeswoman Mollie Gore. The plant will be powered by Newberry Electric Cooperative, which gets its power from Santee Cooper.

Other incentives offered by South Carolina are not public information until an agreement with Samsung is completed and signed, which can take up to a year, according to the state Commerce Department.

The high-tech plant will employ engineers and a variety of technical and non-technical workers, the company said.

It’s the second large economic development announcement for South Carolina this week.

On Monday, BMW announced plans to invest an additional $600 million in an expansion, creating 1,000 new jobs over the next four years. The German automaker has already invested $8 billion in South Carolina since deciding to locate in Spartanburg County 25 years ago.

Last week, Siemens Corp. announced it was providing the University of South Carolina with an estimated $628 million worth of computers, robotics and unlimited licensing on the latest software to give students hands-on training for today’s high-tech manufacturing jobs. Part of the in-kind grant will create a “digital factory innovation lab” at the university.

Samsung said the company’s reasons for choosing South Carolina included its trained workforce, the state’s long record of recruiting and retaining other international companies, and access to the Charleston port.

*Provided by Associated Press

Joye Law Firm Awards Six College Scholarships to South Carolina High School Graduates

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The Charleston, S.C. law firm has selected students from Stratford High School, North Myrtle Beach High School, Lexington High School, Carvers Bay High School, Hanahan High School and Summerville High School to receive $2,000 college scholarships.

CHARLESTON, SC, June 28, 2017?— Joye Law Firm is proud to announce that it has selected six South Carolina seniors to receive $2,000 Joye in the Community scholarships, as part of the firm’s eleventh annual scholarship contest.

The winners include Sarah McDowell of Stratford High School in Goose Creek, SC; Keyana Durant of North Myrtle Beach High School in Little River, SC; Liam Myhill of Lexington High School in Lexington, SC; Armani Sumpter of Carvers Bay High School in Hemingway, SC; Mariam Amireh of Hanahan High School in Hanahan, SC; and Jeremy Flood of Summerville High School in Summerville, SC.

“We’re very pleased to extend awards to these six students,” said Joye Law Firm’s Managing Partner Ken Harrell. “Each is very deserving, and we are sure that they have a bright future.”

The Joye Law Firm scholarship program has awarded nearly $175,000 to college-bound seniors from across South Carolina.

“Our goal has always been to give back to our local communities and to ensure that we recognize and reward the outstanding students,” said Harrell.

The contest, which ran from January 1 through April 1, selected students based on a thorough review of their completed application, transcripts, community involvement and creative entry, which demonstrated the dangers associated with drunk and distracted driving.

Each year, Joye Law Firm receives scholarship entries from across South Carolina. This year, the firm received a record number of applications.

“It was extremely difficult to choose only six students, but it showed us just how intelligent, talented and ambitious our future generation of leaders truly is and how we should expect great things from them,” concluded Harrell.

Leading by Example

To recognize the importance of giving back to the community, Joye Law Firm established Joye in the Community–a year-round program that encompasses the firm’s community and service efforts. The initiative is designed to enrich the lives of everyone involved in the program and raise awareness about the needs of those in the Clinton, Charleston and Myrtle Beach areas.

About Joye Law Firm

Joye Law Firm has been providing legal services to the people of South Carolina since 1968. The firm of accomplished South Carolina injury and disability attorneys offers more than 130 years of combined litigation experience. Visit to learn more.

BMW announces $600M expansion creating 1000 new jobs in South Carolina

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BMW said Monday it will invest an additional $600 million to expand its South Carolina plant, creating 1,000 new jobs over the next four years.

CEO Harald Krueger’s announcement coincided with the German automaker’s celebration of 25 years of manufacturing in the state. BMW, which has already invested $8 billion in South Carolina, also unveiled its 2018 BMW X3, a compact sports vehicle expected to be available in November. It will be built at the plant in Greer alongside the BMW X4, X5 and X6.

The expansion will boost its workforce to more than 10,000 people. BMW will separately invest $200 million over five years on workforce training, Krueger said. The company touts the South Carolina plant as its largest worldwide, producing more than 411,000 X models last year. About 70 percent of BMWs made there are exported to more than 140 countries.

Last year, the plant reached a milestone with its 2 millionth exported BMW. The overwhelming majority of its exports leave through the Charleston port.

“BMW is the company that, in many ways, put South Carolina on the map when its leadership decided to build its first North American manufacturing facility” in the state a quarter century ago, said Gov. Henry McMaster. Others in attendance Monday included U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham and U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson of South Carolina.

BMW announced plans for a South Carolina plant in June 1992. Production at the plant off Interstate 85 between Atlanta and Charlotte, North Carolina, began two years later.

Krueger called the decision a “success story” arising from a strong relationship with the people and elected officials of South Carolina. “Our relationship with South Carolina has been built upon decades of professionalism, mutual trust and respect – and goes far beyond just building great cars,” he said.

Winning BMW took South Carolina officials several years, numerous trips to Europe and promises of free land, tax breaks and employee training. Officials say the success of that investment is evident.

Suppliers and other vehicle manufacturers have followed BMW to the state in the ensuing decades.

According to the state Commerce Department, South Carolina is now home to nearly 400 companies in the automotive industry, employing 66,000 people. Since 2011, five international tire companies also have announced new plants or expansions in the state, which ranks first nationwide in tire exports.

Mercedes-Benz Vans broke ground last July on a $500 million assembly plant to build Sprinter vans in Ladson, about 20 miles (32 kilometers) northwest of Charleston. For the past decade, the company has put Sprinter vans made in Germany back together at an existing plant next to the site.

And Volvo Cars is building its first North American plant, a $500 million investment, in South Carolina’s Berkeley County.

Provided by Seanna Adcox – Associated Press

Charleston Pour House 2017 Mural Competition

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CALL FOR ARTISTS: Pour House Mural Design Contest
The Charleston Pour House and Charlietown Prints are proud to announce the 2017 Mural Competition. The mural project is a competition for local artists to create representational art all around the Charleston Pour House.There will be a total of 15 spots available, with varying sizes but most within the range of 8’x10’.

Dates available for artists to work will be Aug 28. thru September 3, a week of voting will take the place the following week. Voting from the public will end on Sunday September 10. There will be prizes awarded in each category including concert tickets, and a cash prize.

1977 Maybank Highway, James Island, SC.

Sizes are a rough estimate of the size in which to scale your submissions.

There are a total of 15 available spaces that will be judged for competition. Mural entries should be sized based on the dimension in which each artist would prefer to paint, we shall try our best to make sure each accepted entry will paint the preferred sized spot but ultimately the judging panel shall have final say on where each participant shall compete…
Space sizes are as follows:

8’x8’ (deck area, one spot available)
4’x8’ (deck area, one spot available)
6.5’x11’ (wooden fence behind The Lot, three spots available)
8’x10’ (back yard area, ten spots available.)

The overall top prize shall receive: a $500 cash prize, a one year admission into shows at the Charleston Pour House, and we’re excited to announce that this year’s winning mural will be used as a new design for tee shirts to be sold at the Pour House made with love by Charlietown Prints.

2nd Place: a cash prize of $200, a $50 gift certificate to the Pour House as well as a 3 month free admission to shows at the Pour House.

3rd Place: a cash prize of $100, a Pour House merch package and a one month free admission to shows at the Pour House.

What We Are Looking For?
We would like each artist to submit a mural design with the inspiration being promoting community through music. Submissions require a non-refundable entry fee of $15 that shall be used by the Pour House to provide paint and materials for use, but of course artists are encouraged to bring anything that they would like to add to the mix if PoHo supplies are not enough to create the artist’s vision. Make sure that the mural will be able to stand up to outside weather, i.e., sealant, polyurethane etc., any and all styles are welcomed for submission.

? Artists must be at least 18 years of age

? Artists must submit samples or images of the proposed mural design with application

? Entries must be artist’s original work

? If accepted, artist’s work must be complete (including weather proofing) by September 3, 2017

? Paint and some other supplies (brushes etc.,) will be available for use

A panel of Pour House staff along with Charlietown Prints will select participants based on the artist’s submissions and the demonstrated strength of the artist’s concept and craftsmanship, as well as originality of the proposed mural. Submit your design in the size of the dimension in which category you prefer to take part, but final say will be from the staff in deciding what area each artist design will fit best. When creating the design, think Love, think Live, think Music.

August 1, 2017: Deadline for entry. Please email submissions to and

You can pay the application fee online here: PayPal Payment
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August 8, 2017: Notification to artists (via email)

August 15, 2017: Artist meeting with Pour House Staff and Charlietown Prints

August 28, 2017: Artist can begin painting!!!

September 3, 2017: Mural Competition Celebration with Live Music!

September 4-10: Voting for best mural in each category

September 13: Winners announced for each category

In 5 years, South Carolina has gone from 39th to 2nd in the nation for worst and rudest drivers

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In 2012, did a survey of 2000 drivers on the states with the rudest drivers. ?South Carolina finished a modest 39th. ?A very respectable ranking in a not so savory survey. ?Fast forward to 2016. ? ranked South Carolina as the 3rd worst in the nation for drivers. ?Now, in 2017, Kars4Kidz conducted a new survey of 2500 participants and South Carolina has the honor of finishing as the 2nd worst drivers.

Results are based on individual online surveys through AYTM (Ask Your Target Market) with 50 licensed drivers in each state for a total of 2500 respondents, aged 18 and older, and conducted from March to April 2017. Question and answer order were randomized. Based on the total population of adults per state the sampling error was ± 12% with a confidence level of 90%.

Surveys – Rudest / Worst Drivers

2012 – South Carolina 39th (Rudest Drivers)

2016 – South Carolina 3rd (Worst Drivers)

2017 Kars4Kidz – South Carolina 2nd (Rudest Drivers)

2017 Kars4Kidz Results:

1. Idaho 11. South Dakota 21. Massachusetts 31. Illinois 41. Iowa
2. New Mexico 12. Utah 22. Kentucky 32. New Jersey 42. Pennsylvania
3. Oregon 13. Texas 23. Minnesota 33. Virginia 43. Oklahoma
4. Montana 14. Arizona 24. Delaware 34. Indiana 44. Georgia
5. Alaska 15. Michigan 25. Nevada 35. Ohio 45. Maine
6. Hawaii 16. Florida 26. Alabama 36. Nebraska 46. Wisconsin
7. Colorado 17. California 27. Tennessee 37. North Dakota 47. Louisiana
8. Washington 18. West Virginia 28. North Carolina 38. Rhode Island 48. Arkansas
9. Vermont 19. Wyoming 29. Missouri 39. Kansas 49. South Carolina
10. New Hampshire 20. Maryland 30. Connecticut 40. Mississippi 50. New York

How aggressively do you respond to slow driving?

Do you let a car merge in front of you in heavy traffic?

Do you respond rudely when being tailgated?

Do you use your turning signals?

Would you steal someone’s parking spot?

Would you speed up to stop someone from passing you? 2016 Results: 2012 Results

The states with the rudest drivers — and the states that hate them most

Rude rank State Most hated by drivers from:
1 Idaho Arizona
2 Washington, D.C. Maryland
3 New York California
4 Wyoming Montana
5 Massachusetts New Hampshire
6 Delaware Georgia
6 Vermont California
8 New Jersey New York
9 Nevada California
10 Utah California
11 Alaska Arizona
12 Louisiana Texas
13 Connecticut New Jersey
14 Rhode Island Massachusetts
15 Iowa Illinois
16 Oklahoma Texas
17 California Texas
18 Alabama Georgia
19 Arkansas California
20 Mississippi Tennessee
21 Colorado California
21 New Mexico Texas
23 Florida Georgia
24 Ohio Kentucky
25 Georgia Florida
25 Illinois Wisconsin
27 Texas California
28 Hawaii Kansas
28 Kansas Missouri
28 Virginia North Carolina
28 West Virginia Pennsylvania
32 Kentucky Ohio
32 Maryland Pennsylvania
34 Arizona California
35 Michigan Ohio
36 Indiana Illinois
37 Pennsylvania New Jersey
38 Tennessee Alabama
39 Missouri Kansas
39 South Carolina North Carolina
41 South Dakota Texas
42 North Carolina South Carolina
43 Washington Oregon
44 Nebraska Pennsylvania
45 Wisconsin Illinois
46 Oregon California
47 Minnesota Wisconsin
48 Montana District of Columbia
48 New Hampshire Minnesota
50 Maine Maryland
51 North Dakota Michigan
Source:, based on a survey of 2,000 drivers in July 2014.