Yes. Speeding is the second leading cause of all fatal crashes.
35 percent of fatal crashes involve alcohol use.
In 2006, 37 percent of all motorcyclists involved in fatal crashes were speeding, compared with 23 percent for drivers of passenger cars, 19 percent for light truck drivers and 8 percent for large truck drivers.
about 27 percent of teen crashes are related to drugs
Between 1998 and 2001, Canada accounted for 40 percent of American imports; Mexico accounted for 37 percent, Peru for 7 percent, and the United Kingdom for 3 percent.
94 percent of transportation deaths are from motor vehicle crashes. Vehicle crashes also make up 99 percent of non-fatal transportation injuries.
what percent of fatal crashes result from aggressive driving