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Having some fun and drinking in moderation is fine, but risking someone’s life by selfishly choosing to combine drinking and driving is inexcusable.
The CDC reports: every 51 minutes someone is killed by a drunk driver in the United States.
Each day there is an average of 28 people killed by impaired drivers on our nation’s public roadways.
We aren’t just paying for lifelong injuries and deaths either. Alcohol-related car crashes are costing our country over $44 billion annually!
Clearly, drunk driving is no little problem, which is why our team of expert analysts conducted an in-depth study to determine which parts of the U.S. are in the most trouble.
All 50 states plus D.C. were ranked according to five major drunk driving categories. Below is a countdown of the Safest to the Deadliest States for Drunk Driving in our nation. Find our complete ranking methodology here.
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This in-depth study is based on the following data:
Our researchers compiled the information from the above reports to rank all 50 states plus D.C. according to five main categories:
Those five rankings were added together to reach a total score then final ranking as seen above.
Click here to see all 306 rankings and the score breakdown for the entire U.S. For all media inquiries, please email: [email protected]
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