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Precision Driving Academy’s fleet
of  vehicles.

Precision Driving Academy’s fleet
of  vehicles.

Precision Driving Academy’s fleet
of  vehicles.

Hallway leading to classroom
and snack room at Precision
Driving Academy.

Precision Driving Academy’s
Main Classroom.

The importance of practicing safe practices while driving is outlined in these 2014 Crash Data Findings. That is why it is so important to seek instruction from qualified,

trained professionals such as the staff at Precision Driving Academy.

Take a look below at some of the national statistics when it comes to operating a motor vehicle.

2014 Crash Data Findings
Published by NHTSA’s National Center for Statistics and Analysis

  • In 2014 there were 32,675 people killed in motor vehicle crashes on U.S. roadways. An additional 2.3 million people were injured in crashes in 2014.
  • While showing slight fluctuation in recent years, fatalities and injuries have been in a general decline. Fatalities have decreased 25 percent from 2005 to 2014 and the number of people injured has decreased 13 percent from 2005 to 2014.
  • There were 6.1 million police-reported crashes in 2014. Seventy-two percent of these crashes involved only property damage – no one was injured or killed in the crashes.
  • In 2014 there were 21,022 passenger vehicle occupants who lost their lives. Despite the large number, it is the lowest number of passenger vehicle occupant deaths since 1975 (when NHTSA began FARS). Forty-nine percent of these people were not restrained.
  • At least 846 people died in 2014 in crashes reported to involve drowsy drivers (2.6% of all fatalities).
  • The nation lost 4,884 pedestrians and 726 cyclists in motor vehicle crashes in 2014.
  • Alcohol-impaired driving fatalities accounted for 31 percent of total fatalities – 9,967 alcohol-impaired-driving fatalities in 2014.
  • Ten times more unhelmeted motorcyclists died (1,565) in States without universal helmet laws than in States with universal helmet laws (151 unhelmeted motorcyclist fatalities) in 2014.
  • In 2014 there were 1,678 young drivers 16 to 20 years old who died in crashes. Additionally, 581 young passengers 16 to 20 years old died in crashes in which they were riding with young drivers.
  • Distracted driving was reported in crashes that killed 3,179 people (10% of all fatalities) in 2014
  • In 2014 there were 9,262 people who died in speeding-related crashes (28% of all fatalities).

*Source: Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) 2014 Annual Report File (ARF).