Year-end compilations of statistics have not yet been made.
According to statistics about 63% of people killed in accidents are not wearing seatbelts.
Good statistics would not be available for undeveloped countries.
According to some statistics there are 42,116 people killed due to car accidents.
According to statistics male drivers causes twice as many accidents as female drivers.
In 2009, there were 10,8 car accidents in the United States. From the accidents in 2009, 35,900 people died. Most accidents occur within 25 miles of the person's home.
There are about 2 to 3 million car accidents each year
According to statistics there are 250,000 kids injured each year, approximately 2,000 die from their injuries.
1.3 million a year 3,287 deaths a day by car accidents
how many car accidents are caused by deer?
There are around 40,000 deaths due to car accidents each year in U.S. and is increasing every year.
Statistics show that 3 out of 4 people will get in a car accident at some point in their lives.
I don't know how many accidents but there's about 43,000 people killed by car accidents per year. Hope that helps.
On average, there are around 6 million car accidents in the United States alone. Among these, there are about 40,000 deathly accidents.
41,000 also died in alcohol related car accidents
about 40,000 in a year
You're kidding right? No one keeps such statistics - it's impossible to know.
It's too soon for those statistics to have been gathered and compiled yet.
There are probably no reliable statistics on this particular cause because NO ONE is going to admit being drowsy or asleep at the wheel.
This is going to take a lot of calculation. There were 159 fatalities in Maine in 2009, the last year information is available for, but the number of all accidents is not available. We do have the number of accidents (10.8 million) and number of fatalities (35,900) nationwide, which means about .33% of accidents are fatal. If we apply that percentage to the Maine fatalities, we get 48,181 accidents per year, or 132 accidents per day.
Current interpretation of anti-discrimination laws hinder compilation of such statistics.
In total, they were 1,324 fatal car accidents in the state of Pennsylvania in the year of 2010. The total number of accidents was well over the 150,000 mark.
Motor vehicle accidents can be deadly and are listed as the leading cause of death in children ranging in ages 2-14. Statistics show that in the U.S. a person dies every twelve minutes from a car accident and that 40,000 annually die from car accidents.