In Minnesota the greatest percent of snowmobile accidents occur?
private market trails
About 60% of teenagers get killed by alcohol related accidents.
The rate of accidents increases as a power of the hours driving since rest.
From least to greatest is 27%, 42%, 89%, 91%
41 percent of all driving fatalities involve alcohol. Seven percent of all accidents involve alcohol use. This doesn't include the use of drugs and their involvement in accidents.
38% of all fatal accidents in California are type of crash
Studies show that 73% of all people killed in car accidents are male.
least to greatest: 0.03%, 21%, 78%
40 to 50 percent 50%
In Minnesota, 80 percent of our oil comes from Canada.
Minnesota his about 20 percent forest area.
100%. There are no accidents with motor vehicles. There are only failures to avoid collisions.
Cell phone usage in recent years is believed to cause as many as 20 percent or 20/100 of auto accidents on U.S. roads today. less than 1 percent, approximately 0.00001 percent or 1/100,000 a negligible amount of auto accidents are the result of smoking.
The lowest percentage. Most accidents can be avoided over 60 percent.
35 percent of fatal crashes involve alcohol use.
there is about 50% accident
26 percent each year or more
Probably car accidents.
In the year 2005 there was 16,885 fatalities related to alcohol. Alcohol related accidents make up 39 percent of total accidents.
what % of accidents are cuased by drivers of 16-24 years of age
It is not necessary
0.25 is greatest because 24 percent = 0.24 and 2/9 = 0.22
It contributes to about 50 percent of all fatal traffic accidents, and a staggering proportion of health care costs.
The 2000 U.S. Census reported that there were 143,382 Latinos in Minnesota. In 2005, the number of Latinos in Minnesota reached 181,959. In other words, the Latino population increased 26.90 percent in five years. Currently the Latino population represents 3.64 percent of the total Minnesota population.
There were over 5000 boating accidents in 2013. The leading contributing cause of fatal boating accidents was alcohol. Over seventy percent of fatal boating accident victims drowned.
Iron ore I think
about 8% on average.
100%, RETARD, IT'S CALIFORNIA!!!!
Drinking and driving
9,878 people were killed in alcohol-related accidents in 2011, accounting for 31 percent of the total motor vehicle traffic fatalities in the United States. This is a decrease of 2.5-percent from 2010's figures.
0.38% is greater than 0.15%
Eighteen percent of all collision accidents result in the cars catching on fire.
Approximately 6 Percent.
0.03, 14 percent (0.14), 0.2
0.38% is more than twice as large as 0.15%
A DWI is issued in Minnesota if a driver is found with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.8 percent or greater. A DWI will stay on your record for five years in Minnesota.
50 percent of all teenagers get into at least one car crash
motor vehicles im pretty sure
60%of car accidents are caused by using your cell phone
75% of iron ore
35 is the greatest number because 35 = 3,500%
Cheerleading accounts for 65.1 percent of all catastrophic high school female athletic accidents. Cheerleading accounts for 66.7 percent of all catastrophic college female athletic accidents. Less than catastrophic injuries are more common and they occur at much younger ages, too. Children ages 5 to 18 admitted to hospitals for cheerleading accidents in the United States jumped from 10,900 in 1990 to 22,900 in 2002, according to research published in the journal Pediatrics in 2006. The… Read More
Doubtful. Check motor vehicle accidents
the answer is approximately 4.2 percent
Minnesota produces about 70-percent of the iron ore in the United States. Michigan produces the bulk of the other 25-percent. Minnesota produces approximately 40-million tons of iron ore annually.
least to greatest = 0.0128%, 50%, 55%, 68%
Current interpretation of anti-discrimination laws hinder compilation of such statistics.
The weather in Minnesota in April of 1965 was starting to warm up after a long cold spell that started on March 14. April was the month that saw the highest percent of precipitation in Minnesota in 1965.
What's alcohol percent in bud light in Minnesota