The 30 States Around America That Have The Deadliest Road Rage

We’ve all seen road rage, and it’s an ugly sight to see while you’re out and about, driving around town. While it’s certainly an unsightly thing to witness, road rage can also be quite deadly. Since 1975, data about fatal car crashes has been collected into a federal database called the Fatal Analysis Reporting System. After years of collection, the company Auto Insurance Center has taken a look at all the data to determine the deadliest states when it comes to road rage – take a look.

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Are you surprised to see any of the states make this list? To read the full report by Auto Insurance Center, click here. If you’re wondering what places aren’t dangerous, then read about how These Are The 9 Safest Places In The U.S. From Natural Disasters!