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Around the Globe Spring 2013
Road Fatalities Recent Trends (world wide) Population Motor vehicles
Recent Trends (world wide)
Traffic Safety Facts 2008
Trend: Fatal Crashes
Trend: Fatal and Non-Fatal Injury Crashes per MVM
Trend: Injury Crashes per 100,000 Licensed Drivers
Trend: Injured Occupants (Passenger Cars)
Trend: Injured Occupants (Large Trucks)
Trend: Injured Occupants (Motorcyclists)
Trend: Fatal Crashes involving Alcohol
Crashes: Fatal Crashes by Time of Day
Crashes: Fatal Crashes (Alcohol)
Vehicles: Proportion of Vehicles
Vehicles: Rollover Occurrence
Vehicles: Most Harmful Events and Manner of Collision
Victims: Rates by Time of Day
People: Person Injured by Age Group
People: Person Injured by 100,000 Population
People: Person Injured by Speed Limit
People: Person Injured by Age Group (Alcohol)
People: Person Injured by Day/Night (Alcohol)
People: Injured Pedestrians by Time of Day
People: Injured Motorcyclists by Time of Day
States: Traffic Fatalities by State
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