With few dense urban centers, most people are surprised to learn Montana is the most dangerous state to drive in. With a record 22.6 road deaths per 100,000 people, Montana’s roads and highways are some of the most deadly in the entire country. The biggest reasons why are due to low seat belt use, only 74% compared to the national average of 87%, and a culture of drinking and driving. Too often, driving in Montana is a gamble for too many commuters. Below is a list The Montana Advocates have compiled of the top 5 deadliest roadways in all of Montana.
About Anthony Johnson
Anthony Johnson is a copywriter for the Advocates. He has a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Washington and writes short stories in his free time. His hobbies include running, hiking, and reading.