2014’s Best States for Teen Drivers
|2014’s Worst States for Teen Drivers|
- The percentage of the teen population with driver’s licenses is 19 times higher in Iowa than in the Indiana.
- There are 33 times more teen driver fatalities per licensed teen drivers in Indiana than in Utah.
- The percentage of major roads that are in poor or mediocre condition is 6 times higher in Connecticut than in Idaho.
- The increase of the premium after adding a teen driver to your auto insurance policy is 6 times higher in Arkansas than in Hawaii.
- In New Jersey, the average cost of car repairs is 1.5 times higher than in Vermont.
To see where your state ranks, please visit: http://wallethub.com/edu/best-worst-states-for-teen-drivers/4598/
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