In the USA there are about 40000 deaths in car crashes every year (see http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov/Main/index.aspx). That suggests that if you drive the average amount for 50 years (reasonable assumption), your chances of dying in a car are roughly 1 in 100.
By the way, SUVs are more dangerous for their occupants (they roll over in accidents, and due to poor handling are less likely to be able to avoid an accident than a car) as well as to other road users (chance of killing occupant of another vehicle is between 2 and 6 times higher in SUV than car). Since there are more and more SUVs on the road, expect your chances of dying in a car crash to increase over the next few years. Another point - US driver deaths in the 21-24 age group have hiked since 2002. Comparing the 8 years 1994-2001 against the six since, 2002-2007, deaths are up about 13%. (http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov/Trends/TrendsOccupants.aspx)
No it doesn't double on the weekend.
its 1 in 100000
It is a 1 in 9.8 million chance of dying in a car crash.
In the USA there are about 40000 deaths in car crashes every year. Thus, this mean that if you drive 50 years, your chances of dying is 1 in 100.
Your odds of dying in a car accident: 1 in 18,585. Your odds of dying in a plane accident: 1 in 354,319
1 in 125 in the U.S
One out of every four people will be ina car accident in their lifetime. Your chances of dieing in a car accident are 1 out of every 140 people.
Unless a person has a severe illness or gets into an accident, the chances of dying before age 19 is quite slim. Children are checked up on yearly to make sure they are developing correctly.
if you are around 10 then the chances are very slim, but the older you get the more chances you have of dying
In My Time of Dying
If you try you can die in any way, if you don't your chances would be so slim you would have to be an idiot to do it!
A tragedy is something awful that happens. So, an example of a tragedy might be someone you love dying, a car accident, etc. A tragedy is something awful that happens. So, an example of a tragedy might be someone you love dying, a car accident, etc.
Everyone who is alive will die at some point, so the chances of dying are 100%.
Going to hell, dying horribly in a car accident
Words that will describe the compound noun 'car accident' are adjectives; for example:a minor car accidenta bad car accidenta dumb car accidenta serious car accidentan unavoidable car accidentan avoidable car accident
Your chances of being killed are five times greater if you are thrown from the vehicle.
maybe you are refering to Pearl Jam's "Last Kiss."
your odds of dying on a motorcycle are 1 in 1,020. at least that's what i found on this website http://www.blog.joelx.com/odds-chances-of-dying/877/
UPDATE:It is very low now that most people are vaccinated and the pandemic has been declared over. If you have not had your flu shot, this is the time to get it (January 2011).During the pandemic rough estimates were:Chances of contracting the virus stands at 305 million / 70,544 = 4,323.54: Chances = 1 in 4,324 (chances of dying once contracted are currently 2.7%)Population of the United States is estimated at 305 million.Chances of dying from swine flu in the United States is 305 million / 1,250 = 244,000: Chances = 1 in 244,000Chances of dying from regular flu in the United States is 305 million / 36,171 = 8,432: Chances = 1 in 8,432Chances of dying once contracted is (worst case) 44,555 / 1,250 = 35.64: Chances = 1 in 36 (best case is 1 in 56)Chances of dying in a car accident is 305 million / 34,017 (in 2008) = 8,966: Chances = 1 in 8,966Chances of being the victim of a violent crime is 305 million / 1,382,012 (in 2008) = 221: Chances = 1 in 221Chances of getting killed by someone is 305 million / 16,272 (in 2008) = 18,744: Chances = 1 in 18,744Chances of dying from HIV/AIDS is 305 million / 17,011 (in 2008) = 17,930: Chances = 1 in 17,930Chances of dying from a paper cut: 1 in 19,000,000Chances of dying from drinking too much water: (really small, but it's possible!)Chances of dying within 150 years: 100%__________________________________________________________________The latest estimate from the World Health Organization (WHO) is that over the next few years, 50% of the world's population will have had A-H1N1/09 if they go without vaccinations. So with no vaccination, that would give 50-50 odds.Get vaccinated.
i don't know, but you can go to phobialist.com and find 100s of rediculous fears
The chances of dying while bungee jumping in 1 in 500,000. Or in simpler terms, 2 in a million.
No, when you take a narcotic, your chances of getting into a car accident increases by seventy-five percent.