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Highest Fatality Rates From Unlicensed ‘uninsured, ILLEGAL ALIEN’ Drivers as seen here in California.


Unlicensed drivers in California are nearly three times more likely to cause a fatal crash, according to a report by the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles.
The report, which looked at a 23-year-span of data, found that drivers who were unlicensed or had revoked or suspended licenses were more dangerous than validly licensed drivers. Unlicensed drivers were 2.73 times more likely be in a fatal accident. Drivers with suspended or revoked licenses were 2.6 times as likely.
The report says the number of unlicensed drivers has increased since the passage of a law in 1994 that bars undocumented immigrants from obtaining driver’s licenses in California. Rates of fatal crashes have held steady since the 1994 law.

Map of States and their Rules for Driver’s Licenses


State-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards open doors of opportunity in the United States. Not only does the driver’s license grant Americans the privilege to operate a vehicle, it also is widely accepted as an identification card that enables the bearer to access a plethora of services and benefits. Driver’s licenses and ID cards are used to rent apartments and cars, open bank accounts, cash checks, enter secure buildings, buy guns, and board commercial aircraft, among other things.
Acceptance of these documents as proof of identity has become so commonplace in America that presenting a different document, like a passport, may attract attention and lead to increased scrutiny, even if the alternative document is actually more secure. This is why driver’s licenses and ID cards are so valuable to terrorists and illegal aliens, who use them to hide in plain sight without attracting unwanted attention. As the 9/11 Commission noted in its final report, reliable identification is vital for security reasons. Fraudulent licenses and IDs “complicated the government’s ability to adequately ensure public safety at vulnerable facilities including airport terminals, train stations, bus stations, and other entry points.  MORE

Although state and national fatality rates are falling, the number of fatal crashes involving drivers without valid licenses increased by 17 percent nationally from 1998 to 2007. Over the same period in California, such crashes increased by 49 percent.
Unlicensed driving is a significant problem in California. The Los Angeles Times estimates that there are about 2 million unlicensed drivers – the vast majority of whom are undocumented immigrants.
Immigrant rights advocates say offering driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants would address this public safety concern.  MORE


Illegal Aliens: Taking America on a Deadly and Expensive Ride


The statistics keep adding up to paint a complete and consistent picture. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Homeland Security report:
• 47 percent of cited and/or stopped drivers in California have no license, no insurance, and no registration for the vehicle. Of that number, 92 percent are illegal aliens.
• 63 percent of cited and/or stopped drivers in Arizona have no license, no insurance, and no registration for the vehicle. Of that number, 97 percent are illegal aliens.
• 66 percent of cited and/or stopped drivers in New Mexico have no license, no insurance, and no registration for the vehicle. Of that number, 98 percent are illegal aliens.19

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