NHTSA Traffic Safety Facts 2012 Data Overview
1. From the table-based data provided in page 2:
a. The two predominant loss presented are as follows: the number of people killed totaling 43,510 in 2005 and the number of people injured totaling 2,889,000 in 2003 .
b. An example of a loss rate which is seen to be presented in Table 1 is the injury rate per 100,000 population where 996 percent was reported in 2003 .
c. To explain the fundamental difference between a loss total and a loss rate, one contends that the main disparity lies on the manner by which the numbers Continue reading...