Illinois and Oregon are the two states with the highest number of driving safety laws in place. According to the Washington Post:
"A new report on highway safety says more states have a “dangerous lack of basic safety laws” than have strong safety regulations.
Eleven states received a red rating, reflecting poor protections, while 10 received a green rating, according to the report from Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, a coalition of business and safety groups. The remaining states got a yellow rating meaning they showed moderate adoption of optimal safety laws."