Ontario and Massachusetts have the safest roads in North America (lowest fatality rate).
Wyoming and Montana have the most unsafe roads in North America (highest fatality rate).
Any thoughts on why that might be? Curious as to what you think.
(Side note: I've found drivers in Montana and Wyoming to be much more courteous than their counterparts here in Ontario and in Massachusetts... so... why such a big difference?)
Ironically, the National Motorists Association (not to be confused with AAA or CAA), listed Wyoming as the "friendliest" to drivers, but it consistently ranks in the top three in terms of fatality rates. Conversely, Massachusetts, which had the lowest fatality rate, was the 2nd most hostile, according to the National Motorists Association. Go figure that one.
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