Indiana Traffic Safety Facts: Light Trucks 2010

Services: Policy studies, Analytical studies, Policy analysis

Research Areas: Criminal Justice, Public Safety

In 2010 in Indiana, 49 percent (94,304) of all collisions involved a light truck, 33 percent (114,564) of all vehicles involved in collisions were light trucks, and 51 percent (25,795) of all collision-related injuries occurred in collisions involving light trucks (which include vans, sport utility vehicles, and pick-up trucks). Male drivers were more likely than female drivers to be driving light trucks involved in collisions, and older male drivers, ages 35-74, were most likely to be driving light trucks. The risk of fatality for collisions involving light trucks continues to be four to six times greater in rural areas compared to urban areas.


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