Where Does Michigan Rank For Teen Drivers
Summer time is almost here and this is the season when most teens will get their drivers licenses. That is great news, however it also means more teens on the road and unfortunately more accidents.
No matter how many times they are told to pay attention while driving, there are still many distractions. The personal-finance website WalletHub just released their report on this years Best and Worst States for teen drivers.
The Worst States for Teen Drivers:
41: Arizona 42: Alabama 43: Mississippi 44: Idaho 45:North Dakota 46: Nebraska 47: Missouri 48: Montana 49: South Dakota 50 :Wyoming
Best States For Teen Drivers
1: New York 2: Washington 3: Maryland 4: Illinois 5: Delaware 6: Louisiana 7: Oregon 8: California 9: Hawaii 10: Texas
Vermont has the fewest teen driver fatalities per 100 hundred thousand teens. Wyoming has the most.
Nebraska has the lowest share of major roads in poor condition, Connecticut has the worst. (obviously they haven't driven in Michigan)