A new study suggests Minnesota has some of the top roads in the nation.

Consumer Affairs researched which states are the best and worst to drive through and we ranked second best in the U-S behind New Hampshire.  They apparently missed last week’s blizzard.  The report says Minnesota’s five percent “roughness” index for urban roads is the lowest in the country.  It also shows our state spends 952 dollars per capita on its highways per year which is way above the national average of 616 dollars.  The study finds neighboring Wisconsin has the nation’s fifth-worst roads