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NMA Identifies States Least and Most Friendly to Motorists

Discussion in 'General Automotive' started by Phantom_X-SP, May 27, 2009.

  1. May 27, 2009 at 5:53 PM
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    Phantom_X-SP

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    http://www.motorists.org/rankings/

    State Rankings - Memorial Day Weekend 2009


    With the first major driving holiday of the summer season approaching, we have analyzed the laws across the country to determine the best and the worst states when it comes to exploiting the motoring public.
    These state rankings were calculated using seventeen criteria related to specific traffic laws, enforcement practices, and the treatment of traffic ticket defendants. The rankings are designed to provide guidance to travelers who do not want their vacation ruined by speed traps, arcane laws or “kangaroo” traffic courts.
    Full List Of State Rankings From Worst To Best
    1) New Jersey
    2) Ohio
    3) Maryland
    4) Louisiana
    5) New York
    6) Illinois
    7) Delaware
    8) Virginia
    9) Washington
    10) Massachusetts
    11) Colorado
    12) Oregon
    13) Tennessee
    14) California
    15) Michigan
    16) Vermont
    17) Maine
    18) Florida
    19) Pennsylvania
    20) North Carolina
    21) Alabama
    22) Rhode Island
    23) West Virginia
    24) New Hampshire
    25) Arizona
    26) New Mexico
    27) Missouri
    28) Texas
    29) Oklahoma
    30) Nevada
    31) Georgia
    32) Connecticut
    33) South Carolina
    34) Iowa
    35) Hawaii
    36) Arkansas
    37) Alaska
    38) Kansas
    39) Mississippi
    40) Wisconsin
    41) Utah
    42) South Dakota
    43) Indiana
    44) Minnesota
    45) North Dakota
    46) Kentucky
    47) Nebraska
    48) Montana
    49) Idaho
    50) Wyoming

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    I'm a little surprised that South Carolina is that low...especially when I personally saw 10 people pulled over during the weekend.
     
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