The top ten safest states in which to drive trucks are:

  1. Iowa
  2. Hawaii
  3. Wyoming
  4. Delaware
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  6. West Virginia
  7. Washington
  8. Vermont
  9. Oregon
  10. Louisiana
  11. New Hampshire

What…no California?!?!  That should not be a surprise to anyone.  The road conditions in California are abhorrent, and everyone drives like they are the only ones on the road. Makes for an interesting combination.

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