The States With the Most Dangerous Roads

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Lee County, Arkansas

5. Arkansas
> Road deaths per 100,000: 17.8
> 2015 roadway fatalities: 531 (25th lowest)
> Seat belt use: 78% (5th lowest)
> Drivers killed w/ BAC ≥ 0.08: 29% (tied-24th highest)
> Fatal crashes on rural roads: 71% (tied-13th highest)

Traffic Out of Charleston, South Carolina

4. South Carolina
> Road deaths per 100,000: 20.0
> 2015 roadway fatalities: 977 (10th highest)
> Seat belt use: 92% (tied-13th highest)
> Drivers killed w/ BAC ≥ 0.08: 32% (tied-15th highest)
> Fatal crashes on rural roads: 72% (tied-11th highest)

National Bison Range Montana

3. Montana
> Road deaths per 100,000: 21.7
> 2015 roadway fatalities: 224 (12th lowest)
> Seat belt use: 77% (4th lowest)
> Drivers killed w/ BAC ≥ 0.08: 37% (9th highest)
> Fatal crashes on rural roads: 89% (2nd highest)

Mississippi Highway 6

2. Mississippi
> Road deaths per 100,000: 22.6
> 2015 roadway fatalities: 677 (20th highest)
> Seat belt use: 80% (tied-6th lowest)
> Drivers killed w/ BAC ≥ 0.08: N/A
> Fatal crashes on rural roads: 83% (tied-5th highest)

Albany County, Wyoming

1. Wyoming
> Road deaths per 100,000: 24.7
> 2015 roadway fatalities: 145 (9th lowest)
> Seat belt use: 80% (tied-6th lowest)
> Drivers killed w/ BAC ≥ 0.08: N/A
> Fatal crashes on rural roads: 82% (7th highest)