Because The Daily Weekly's "Comment of the Day" feature is nothing if not equal opportunity, today's comment comes from Seattle Weekly's own Dan Person.
As Person writes:
My guess is that this comes down to a rural vs. urban divide. Get a state like Montana with barely a million people and all of them going 75 mph down the highway just to get to the grocery store, you're going to get a higher fatality rate than places where public transportation is more available. Again, pure speculation.
Considering his Montana roots, Person may have more authority than most to discuss such important topics.