In the software programming world, an ambiguous requirement is likely to give unexpected results. Where I drive and put on most of my miles is outside of Arizona. Where I live and call home is in Arizona.Lots of our snowbirds are in Florida as well. Not as many as in non pandemic times, but some of them can't stand cold canadian winters. I hear that some who chose AZ do it for the dry heat which is easy on the joints (arthritis, etc...).
Edit to add : poll question asks where you drive, so jetting doesn't count
So, "where you drive" =
1) Country/Region you call home? (poll options)
2) State/Province you call home? (not a poll option but how most answer in the posts)
3) Where you put on most miles? (what I interpreted by "drive")
I'd be willing to bet that a lot of Canadian Snowbirds in Arizona drive more here than back home. Well, let me clarify, they probably spend more time in their cars here than at home judging by the slow speeds! I'll have to admit most of my miles are within the USA, so that's how I voted.
I'm just PITA.
Plugging In The Answer. What did you think I meant?