Buckle up: The most dangerous states for drivers

May 28, 2012
by Michael B. Sauter
MSNBC The Bottom Line/24/7 Wall Street


According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, more Americans aged 5–34 die from motor vehicle crashes than from any other single cause. Despite this disturbing fact, a study released this week shows that states where fatalities caused by car accidents are very high are also states that are doing the least to prevent those accidents.



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