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In the U.S. alone more than 40,000 people don't survive some type of auto accident every year. 

Auto crashes are a leading cause of lost life for people under the age of 40, especially for young drivers. In fact, more people pass on in car accidents than they do from 

  • airplane
  • train or
  • boating accidents.

Drunk driving results in 40% of traffic accident fatalities each year. With this statistic, itÂ’s no wonder that drunk driving penalties are becoming more and more stringent. 

Statistics indicate what successes behavior and equipment changes are having on decreasing car accidents.  The goal is always to reduce loss of life and personal injuries. 

Auto accident statistics tell an important cautionary tale about driving. When a particular age group in car accident statistics drop after new plans have been implemented, it shows that those changes might be effective for saving lives in major national campaigns. 

The most important behaviors that need to be changed, are 

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Fast Stats

Car Accident Statistics  Drivers are less likely to use restraints when they have been drinking. In 2002, 69 percent of young drivers involved in fatal car crashes who had been drinking were unrestrained.

In 59% of all driving fatalities the person was not wearing a seatbelt. 
More life is lost by not wearing a seatbelt than is caused by drunk driving.  

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Teen car accidents 
The number one cause of lost life for teenagers between the ages of 15 and 20.
Dangerous U.S intersections
One third of all accidents happen at intersections.  State Farm published the top 10 most dangerous U.S. intersections

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