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Crash Statistics
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Crash Statistics are summarized crash statistics for large trucks and buses involved in fatal and non-fatal crashes that occurred in the United States. These statistics are derived from two sources:  the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) and the Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS). Crash Statistics contain information that can be used to identify safety problems in specific geographical areas or to compare state statistics to the national crash figures.
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2010 Preliminary National Crash Facts

Blue Bullet 112,379 Large Trucks  and 12,763 Buses Involved in Non-Fatal Crashes
Blue Bullet 44,310 Large Trucks  and 6,854 Buses Involved in Injury Crashes
Blue Bullet 60,627  Injuries in Crashes Involving Large Trucks and 15,327 Injuries in Crashes Involving Buses
Blue Bullet 68,069 Large Trucks  and 5,909 Buses Involved in Towaway Crashes
Blue Bullet 2,559 Large Trucks and 23 Buses Involved in Hazmat (HM) Placard Crashes

View National Summary Report          View State Summary Report        2009 Crash Facts   

Data Source:
Brown Bullet Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS).
Blue Bullet Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS).
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The Large Truck Crash Causation Study (LTCCS)
is based on a three-year data collection project conducted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). LTCCS is the first-ever national study to attempt to determine the critical events and associated factors that contribute to serious truck crashes.


State Crash Records

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State Crash Records
Quarterly Release (March 25, 2011)
2005 - 2011 MCMIS and 2005 - 2009 FARS data. These crash data are available to FMCSA and State Enforcement users and are updated quarterly.



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State Profiles
State Profiles provide a range of reports that compare state and national summarized crash statistics. The State Crash Reports offer users a selection of reports that are organized into seven focus areas: Summary, Vehicle, Driver, Environment, Crash, Carrier and Maps. These results are displayed in tabular and graphical format. Crash location data are also displayed on colorful dynamic maps.
National Profiles
National Profiles provide national summary statistics on large truck and bus crashes. National Profiles are divided into two areas: National Profile Reports and State Comparison Reports. The National Profile reports highlight carriers with the most reported crashes in a calendar year and depict the truck, driver and environment characteristics for large truck crashes. State Comparison reports may be used to analyze the number of crashes reported over a period of time and to compare crash results among states.

What are Crash Statistics?  Click here to see the Crash Statistics overview presentation (pdf format). The overview provides a general description of Crash Statistics and its associated terms and definitions. The overview presentation can be downloaded to the user's computer in MS Powerpoint 97 or HTML format (text-only) by clicking on the Download buttons.
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What Data Sources are Used in Crash Statistics? Click here for a description of the data sources used to generate State and National Profile reports: the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), General Estimates System (GES), Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS) Crash and Census data, and the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA's) Highway Statistic Series.

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