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Car Accidents in Texas

Get the Facts about Texas Motor Vehide Accidents CRASH HILIGHTS Are you at risk? Texans traveled 240,447 billion miles in 2013. With a number this high, it is becoming increasingly important to be informed about when and how an accident is likely to occur. Here are the facts. Last year, 1 reportable crash occurred every 71 seconds. 1 person was killed every 2 hours 36 minutes. There were 0 deathless days on Texas roadways. Everyone is affected From the driver to the pedestrian, no one is immune to an accident involving a car. Below are the percentages of deaths that occurred in 2013. Driver (52.1%) Passenger (20%) Motorcyclist (13.1%) Pedestrian (12.1%) Pedalcyclist (1.8%) 10 20 30 40 50 60 What to remember Certain factors contribute to more fatalities than others. The facts below can help you make informed decisions about what to avoid when driving. 2013 in review 1,089 53% people were killed in an accident where a driver was under the influence of alcohol of motorcyclists killed were not wearing helmets 460 44.7% of people killed in vehicles were not people were killed in accidents that involved distracted driving wearing a seat belt Sources: The Texas Department of Transportation J CHAD JONES WHEN IT MATTERS MOST

Car Accidents in Texas

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This infographic provides information about automobile accidents that occur on Texas roadways.


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