Nevada’s Sobering StatisticsPosted on Oct 03, 2017 by admin| Blog
The following statistics are from the years 2011-2015. Statistics were compiled by Nevada Department of Transportation.
Seat Belt Problems:
371 unbelted occupants lost their lives and 942 occupants were seriously injured in vehicle crashes on Nevada roadways.
- Male drivers 26 to 35 were involved in the most unbelted fatalities and serious injuries.
- 63 % of fatalities and serious injuries occurred in Clark County.
Impaired Driving Problems:
369 people lost their lives and 708 people were seriously injured in impaired driving crashes on Nevada highways.
- Male drivers 26 to 35 were involved in most impaired driving fatalities.
- 65 % of fatalities and serious injuries occurred in Clark County.
Lane Departure Problems:
517 people lost their lives and 1,656 were seriously injured in lane departure crashes on Nevada roadways.
- Male drivers 26 to 35 are involved in most lane departure fatalities and serious injuries followed by male drivers 21 to 25 years old.
- 48% of lane departure fatalities and serious injuries happened in Clark County.
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