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No Minnesota Highways In The Top 100 Most Dangerous Summer Driving Interstates

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This week, the Daily Beast released the list of the 100 most dangerous interstates. The study was based on research from traffic fatalities that have taken place on America’s highways between 2004 and 2008 during the months of June, July, and August.

It was very good to see that Minnesota didn’t make the list. But for Minnesotans the list is worth reviewing before heading off this summer:

#1, I-95, Florida
#2, I-76, New Jersey
#3, I-4, Florida
#4, I-15, California
#5, I-10, California
#6, I-59, Louisiana
#7, I-94, Illinois
#8, I-93, Massachusetts
#9, I-95, Delaware
#10, I-55, Tennessee
#11, I-12, Louisiana
#12, I-81, West Virginia
#13, I-35, Texas
#14, I-45, Texas
#15, I-75, Florida
#16, I-80, California
#17, I-64, Missouri
#18, I-10, Arizona
#19, I-95, New Jersey
#20, I-80, New Jersey
#21, I-17, Arizona
#22, I-10, Louisiana
#23, I-95, Maryland
#24, I-H1, Hawaii
#25, I-15, Nevada
#26, I-85, Georgia
#27, I-10, Mississippi
#28, I-91, Connecticut
#29, I-75, Georgia
#30, I-78, New Jersey
#31, I-95, Rhode Island
#32, I-5, California
#33, I-10, Alabama
#34, I-85, Alabama
#35, I-95, South Carolina
#36, I-95, New York
#37, I-65, Kentucky
#38, I-19, Arizona
#39, I-95, Pennsylvania
#40, I-8, California
#41, I-30, Texas
#42, I-70, Missouri
#43, I-95, Virginia
#44, I-95, North Carolina
#45, I-20, Georgia
#46, I-95, Georgia
#47, I-26, South Carolina
#48, I-24, Tennessee
#49, I-H2, Hawaii
#50, I-30, Arkansas
#51, I-95, Connecticut
#52, I-15, Arizona
#53, I-83, Maryland
#54, I-40, New Mexico
#55, I-20, Mississippi
#56, I-44, Missouri
#57, I-10, Florida
#58, I-95, Massachusetts
#59, I-85, Virginia
#60, I-55, Louisiana
#61, I-65, Alabama
#62, I-40, Tennessee
#63, I-55, Mississippi
#64, I-85, South Carolina
#65, I-75, Kentucky
#66, I-85, North Carolina
#67, I-20, South Carolina
#68, I-10, Texas
#69, I-97, Maryland
#70, I-94, Michigan
#71, I-20, Alabama
#72, I-70, West Virginia
#73, I-59, Mississippi
#74, I-25, Colorado
#75, I-10, New Mexico
#76, I-65, Indiana
#77, I-77, North Carolina
#78, I-75, Tennessee
#79, I-40, California
#80, I-20, Texas
#81, I-70, Maryland
#82, I-35, Oklahoma
#83, I-40, Arkansas
#84, I-20, Louisiana
#85, I-55, Missouri
#86, I-84, Connecticut
#87, I-40, Oklahoma
#88, I-40, Arizona
#89, I-68, West Virginia
#90, I-15, Utah
#91, I-55, Arkansas
#92, I-84, Idaho
#93, I-75, Ohio
#94, I-5, Washington
#95, I-65, Tennessee
#96, I-44, Texas
#97, I-77, West Virginia
#98, I-79, West Virginia
#99, I-76, Ohio
#100, I-96, Michigan

Hopefully, Minnesotans will travel these roads without adding to the statistics. But, if you do keep in mind that Minnesota No Fault benefits travel with you. You also will have different statute of limitation and notice requirements in each jurisdiction. It you are unfortunate enough to need help, think about contacting one of the local Injuryboard members for help.