# Auto Accident Statistics

The given data is a list of auto accidents in the U.S by year.

• In 2000, the total number of people who died in a car accident is 41,945 while distance traveled is 2,747 billion miles.
• In 2001, the total number of people who died in a car accident is 42,196 while distance traveled is 2797 billion miles.
• In 2002, the total number of people who died in a car accident is 43,005 while distance traveled is 2,856 billion miles.
• In 2005, the total number of people who died in a car accident is 43,510 while distance traveled is 2989 billion miles.
• In 2008, the total number of people who died in a car accident is 37,423 while distance traveled is 2,977 billion miles.
• In 2010, the total number of auto accidents was 5,419,000, which almost killed 32,999 people and injured approx. 2,239,000 people.
• In 2011, the total number of auto accidents decreased to 32,479. It was the lowest record in the last 62 years history.
• In 2012, the number of accidents took place were 30,800 in which a total number of 92 people were killed.
• The decrease in deaths was 14.97% in the years from 1979 to 2005.
• Till now, if we collect all the data and get to obtain a final statistics of people killed, crashes and people injured are more than the population. However, the number of people killed in accidents is 3,551,332 till 2012.

The states in the U.S. which have the most auto accidents:

• Mississippi is the one with highest number of accidents. It causes almost 1000 deaths per year.
• Montana is the second one; the accidents are so fatal that it costs \$2million medical expenses. It includes 225 deaths a year.
• Alabama is the third, one worst road danger with high work loss and life loss.
• Wyoming is the fourth, the accidents here are not much fatal but it also crosses a hundreds.
• Arkansas is the fifth, here the accidents of a year results in a total loss of \$617million.
• South Carolina has one of the highest death rises to 944 per year.
• Louisiana, here out of every 100,000 accidents, there are 20 people who die.
• West Virginia, it has the lowest medical costs than any other states, itâ€™s around \$2.9million.
• Oklahoma, the accidents are minor due to traffic but the life taken by these are 700 per year.
• Kentucky, it stands last, at least safe from losing life or sticking with a lifetime medical expenses but not so far, it has 784 death tolls a year and a total bill of \$800 million of medical expenses.

However, another analysis shows that the most awkward drive is in the roads of Honolulu. Drivers wasted almost 58 hours of their life living in this great city.