Interstate 4 is the most deadly highway in America.
I-4 is one of three Florida highways — Interstates 10 and 95 are the other two — to make the Top 10 list, according to a study by EverQuote.
Data also found distracted driving is a problem with drivers in the Sunshine State; they use phones on average 1.4 times per trip. EverQuote ranks the state second-worst nationally for phone use while driving.
Although Florida passed a law against distracted driving, it only is a secondary offense and drivers cannot be pulled over if seen only using a digital device.
Info from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration was used to compile the list.
Top 10 deadliest highways:
1. Interstate 4 (Tampa to Daytona Beach, Fla.): 132 miles. 1.41 fatalities per mile.
2. Interstate 45 (Dallas to Houston, Texas)
3. Interstate 17 (Phoenix to Flagstaff, Ariz.)
4. Interstate 30 (Fort Worth, Texas, to Little Rock, Ark.)
5. Interstate 95 (Houlton, Maine to Miami, Fla.): 1926 miles. 0.89 fatalities per mile. In Top 10: 6 times.
6. Interstate 19 (Tucson, Ariz., to Nogales, Mexico)
7. Interstate 10 (Santa Monica, Calif., to Jacksonville, Fla.): 2460 miles. 0.85 fatalities per mile.
8. Interstate 37 (San Antonio to Corpus Christi, Texas)
9. Interstate 26 (Kingsport, Tenn., to Charleston, S.C.)
10. Interstate 97 (Annapolis to Baltimore, Md.)