A new report has named Hawaii as the worst U.S. state to drive in, followed by Washington, Maryland, California and Connecticut.

Published by Wallethub, the report “2018’s Best & Worst States to Drive In” ranks states on 23 factors, including traffic fatality rate, car theft rate, congestion, gas prices, maintenance costs, road conditions and weather-related factors such as the number of icy days.

Texas achieves the “best state” title, followed by Kansas (2nd), Nebraska (3rd), Iowa (4th) and North Carolina (5th).

View the report.