Report: Missouri ranked one of worst states for teen drivers
KIRKSVILLE, Mo. —
In a new report, personal-finance website, Wallethub, ranks Missouri as one of the worst states for teen drivers.
Missouri comes in 47th overall, right above Montana, South Dakota and Wyoming.
The "Show-Me" states’ driving laws come in at 49, with only South Dakota as the only state below it.
The study ranked each state by three criteria: economic environment, safety and driving laws.
New York, Washington and Maryland ranked in the top three.
For a link to the rankings, click here.