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Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety Best and Worst States List 2014

Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety Best and Worst States List 2014

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best states and worst states for highway safety laws, 2014
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 January 2014
State Performance in 2013 Best States
  A state without a primary enforcement seat belt law covering passengers in all seating positions (front and rear) or that has repealed an existing all-rider motorcycle helmet law within the previous ten years is not eligible for a green rating, regardless of the number of other highway safety laws it has enacted. States must have 11 to 15 laws including both primary enforcement seat belt laws, or 9 or more laws including both primary enforcement seat belt laws and an all-rider helmet law, to achieve a green rating.
 
D
ISTRICT OF
C
OLUMBIA
 
 
12 laws. Missing nighttime and cell phone restrictions for teen drivers, as well as an ignition interlock law.
I
LLINOIS
 
 12 laws. Missing an all-rider motorcycle helmet law
, minimum age 16 for a learner’s permit
and nighttime restriction for teen drivers.
O
REGON
 
 
12 laws. Missing minimum age 16 for learner’s permit, nighttime
 driving provision and age 18 for unrestricted license for teen drivers.
D
ELAWARE
 
11 laws. Missing an all-rider motorcycle helmet law, age 18 for unrestricted license for teen drivers, an ignition interlock law, and open container law.
 H
AWAII
 11 Laws. Missing an all-
rider motorcycle helmet law, minimum age 16 for learner’s permit,
nighttime restriction provision, and age 18 for unrestricted license for teen drivers.
 
I
NDIANA
 11 laws. Missing an all-
rider motorcycle helmet law, minimum age 16 for learner’s permit,
nighttime restriction provision, and ignition interlock law.
 
M
AINE
 11 laws. Missing an all-
rider motorcycle helmet law, minimum age 16 for learner’s permit,
nighttime restriction provision, and age 18 for unrestricted license for teen drivers.
R
HODE
I
SLAND
 
 
11 laws. Missing an all-rider motorcycle helmet law, nighttime driving provision and age 18 for unrestricted license for teen drivers, and an ignition interlock law.
W
ASHINGTON
 
 
11 laws. Missing minimum age 16 for learner’s permit, nighttime and passenger
restrictions and age 18 for unrestricted license for teen drivers.
C
ALIFORNIA
9 laws. Missing a minimum age 16 for learner’s permit, nighttime, passenger and cell phone
restrictions, age 18 for unrestricted license for teen drivers, and an ignition interlock law.
L
OUISIANA
9 laws. Missing booster seat law, minimum age 16
for learner’s permit, nighttime and
 passenger restrictions, age 18 for unrestricted license for teen drivers, and an open container law.
 

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