Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, Montana, and Wyoming have been named the 5 most dangerous states for drivers. Mississippi averages a frightening 26.7 auto fatalities per 100,000 drivers.

In a report by The Trust for America's Health featuring detailed analysis of auto fatalities and the costs arising from policies used to prevent car crashes. Auto accidents place massive financial burden on states, and safety measures enacted to reduce accidents often fail. The report, in fairness, is a little grim. However, it is a firm reminder of the importance of keeping ones eyes on the road and steering clear of danger. Read the full report at MSNBC.