Serious Traffic Accidents
Statistics for Ohio
Each year the major vehicle manufacturers strive to make their products safer. Traffic laws are in place to keep traffic flowing and make our roads safer. Even with everything that is being done to make the highways safer we do not see the results we all wish to see. You may be surprised by what the statistics show.
Our information comes from the Ohio State Highway Patrol web page. The years include 2013 through 2017. The statistics are placed into eleven main categories. Every category has seen an increase from 2013 up to 2017. Below are the eleven main categories.
- Fatal Crashes
- Traffic Fatalities
- Motor Vehicle Fatalities
- Unbelted Fatalities
- Non Motorist Fatalities
- Pedestrians Killed
- OVI-Related Fatal Crashes
- OVI-Related Fatalities
- Motorcycle Fatalities
- Helmeted Deaths
- Heavy Truck Involved Fatalities
To view the actual data for each group visit the Ohio State Highway Patrol web page - Click Here
Sources: DPS Electronic Crash Record System. Updated on 05/11/2018
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