Wyoming is the worst state in the nation when it comes to
passing highway safety laws, according to a new study by a highway safety
The group, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, blasted Wyoming
for not having a primary seat belt law, a motorcycle helmet law, an open
container law, or a sobriety checkpoint law.
However, an official with the Wyoming Highway Patrol told
local media the report doesn't take into account the state's low population and
how that affects the need for certain laws.