State Statistics


You can find drunk driving and underage drinking related information specific to your state by using the interactive map below.

Wyoming

In 2011, Wyoming lawmakers closed loopholes in the state's ignition interlock law. However, much more must be done to...

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Wisconsin

Wisconsin is the only state in the nation where a first drunk driving offense is not a crime; rather it's "just" a...

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West Virginia

West Virginia is on the path to eliminate drunk driving. Due in part to the 2008 all-offender ignition interlock law,...

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Washington

Washington passed an all-offender ignition interlock law in 2009. Each legislative session since the law was enacted,...

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Virginia

In 2012, Virginia enacted a law requiring ignition interlocks for all convicted drunk drivers. Within a year, interlock...

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Vermont

Vermont enacted an optional ignition interlock program for convicted drunk drivers in 2010. Efforts are needed to...

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Utah

Utah is one of 24 states with an all-offender interlock law and is a leader in the fight to end drunk driving in the...

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Texas

In 2013, Texas leads the nation with 1,337 deaths caused by a drunk driver. The legislature fails to take any steps to...

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Tennessee

Tennessee's all-offender ignition interlock law went into effect in 2013. This move, coupled with the use of no-refusal...

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South Dakota

South Dakota, a two-star state and needs to do much more to reduce drunk driving deaths. In 2011, a law was passed...

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South Carolina

In 2014, after a long battle to pass first-time offender ignition interlock legislation in South Carolina, Emma's Law...

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Rhode Island

Lawmakers passed legislation in 2014 to require ignition interlocks for all repeat and first-time offenders with a BAC...

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Pennsylvania

MADD continues to work diligently with lawmakers on an all-offender ignition interlock law to save lives on the state's...

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Oregon

Oregon has improved the state's drunk driving law. A mandatory interlock law in 2007, coupled with strong law...

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Oklahoma

Oklahoma enacted the Erin Swezey Act in 2011, to require ignition interlocks for all repeat offenders and first-time...

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Ohio

Ohio has the opportunity to stop drunk driving. In 2014, Annie's Law requiring ignition interlocks for all convicted...

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North Dakota

North Dakota needs to take action to address all first-time convicted drunk drivers, not just limited to repeat...

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North Carolina

North Carolina lawmakers failed to act on ignition interlock legislation in 2014. MADD urges North Carolina lawmakers...

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New York

In 2013, New York, lawmakers made improvements to Leandra's Law to close DWI loopholes, which will increase the use of...

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New Mexico

New Mexico is reaping the benefits of passing an ignition interlock law in 2005. Drunk driving deaths have decreased by...

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New Jersey

New Jersey has the opportunity to stop drunk driving. Legislation to expand Ricci's Law to include all convicted drunk...

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New Hampshire

In 2014, New Hampshire improved its DUI law to become the 23rd state to enact legislation to require ignition...

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Nevada

Nevada has one of the weakest interlock laws in the nation. Improvements are needed to recognize the benefits of an...

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Nebraska

Nebraska continues to see an increase in the number of interlocks installed and a decrease in the number of drunk...

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Montana

Montana is a one-star state and has done little to reduce drunk driving, starting on the first offense, since the...

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Missouri

Missouri is on the path to eliminating drunk driving. The state became the 18th state to require ignition interlocks...

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Mississippi

In 2015 Mississippi earned its fifth star and became the 22nd state to pass an all-offender ignition interlock law. ...

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Minnesota

Minnesota lawmakers have the opportunity to make the state's roads safer and save lives. Minnesota must strengthen the...

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Michigan

Michigan is a two-star state with a lot of work to do to reduce drunk driving fatalities. Action by lawmakers in 2013...

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Massachusetts

Melanie's Law to require ignition interlocks for all repeat convicted offenders went into effect in 2006. The state...

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Maryland

In 2014, the interlock law was strengthened to require ignition interlocks for anyone convicted of drunk driving with a...

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Maine

Maine became the 20th state to enact an all-offender ignition interlock law in 2013. MADD applauds Maine on its...

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Louisiana

Louisiana is on the path to eliminating drunk driving. The state is reaping the benefits of passing an all-offender...

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Kentucky

Kentucky remains one of a handful of states that does not have a mandatory ignition interlock law. However, lawmakers...

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Kansas

Kansas lawmakers took action during the 2014 session to eliminate the sunset (or end date) included in the state's...

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Iowa

Adoption of proven countermeasures, such as ignition interlocks for all offenders and high-visibility law enforcement...

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Indiana

In 2014, Indiana passed legislation to require ignition interlocks for repeat offenders and to allow a judge to order...

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Illinois

Illinois, was among one of the first states to enact its all-offender ignition interlock law. Since 2009, the state has...

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Idaho

Advancing legislation to require ignition interlocks for all convicted drunk drivers and to allow sobriety checkpoints...

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Hawaii

Hawaii continues to be on the path to eliminating drunk driving. Since passing its ignition interlock law for all...

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Georgia

Since 1999, ignition interlocks are required for repeat convicted drunk drivers. Georgia's drunk driving law is 16...

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Florida

Florida has required interlocks for first-time convicted drunk drivers with a BAC of .15 or greater. In 2014, the state...

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Delaware

Delaware enacted an all-offender ignition interlock law in 2014 making it the 24th state to do so. Now, Delaware will...

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D.C.

Washington, DC needs an all-offender ignition interlock law. The current option that allows any convicted drunk driver...

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Connecticut

In 2014, Connecticut passed legislation that greatly improves the state's all-offender ignition interlock law. As a...

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Colorado

Colorado has been successful in reducing drunk driving fatalities. The state highly incentivizes the use of ignition...

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California

California launched an ignition interlock pilot program requiring interlocks for all convicted drunk drivers in four...

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Arkansas

Arkansas has seen a 27 percent reduction in drunk driving fatalities since the 2009 law requiring ignition interlocks...

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Arizona

Arizona's ignition interlock law requires convicted drunk drivers to use an ignition interlock (not wait out the...

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Alaska

Since enacting its ignition interlock legislation for all convicted drunk drivers in 2009, Alaska has seen a 28 percent...

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Alabama

In 2014, Alabama passed legislation that expands the use of ignition interlocks for all convicted drunk drivers to...

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