Virginia is dangerously behind other states when it comes to adopting key traffic laws promoting safety, according to a new report.

The state is one of seven that received the worst ratings possible in a report from Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, which judges states based on the number of laws each has passed to promote safe habits on the road. Laws range from teen driving laws to primary enforcement of seatbelt laws.

Virginia scored six out of a possible 15 points, as it lacks state laws for strict seatbelt enforcement, open container laws or full text messaging restrictions for drivers, among others.

Maryland and the District both received high marks for adopting a majority of the laws recommended in the report.