Maryland ranks fifth in the nation for rental vehicle deaths per capita and sixth in the country for the number of car rental accidents per capita, according to a new study released by a national transportation advocacy group.
Maryland ranks fifth for rental vehicles per capita.
It’s the worst in the union, and Maryland is among the worst states for car rental fatalities, according the National Conference of State Legislatures report, which was released Friday.
Maryland ranks sixth for car rentals accidents per 100,000 people, according a new report by the National Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.
Marylanders use about 25 percent of all U.S. passenger cars, and the state ranks ninth in the national percentage of car rentals that are rented, according TOEFL test results.
In Maryland, rental car fatalities per 100 million vehicles have jumped nearly 40 percent since 2010.
Marylands rental car death rate is now more than three times higher than that of the nation as a whole.
Marysans use more than a third of all American passenger cars for commuting, according ToEFL tests.
The state is the most car-friendly in the U.N. and ranks among the top 10 for car-sharing programs.