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Economic Impact of Motor Vehicle Crashes (2000)
Lawrence J. Blincoe. This report by the Nat. Highway Traffic Safety Admin. (NHTSA) presents the results of an analysis of motor vehicle crash costs in the U.S. in the year 2000. The total economic cost of motor vehicle crashes in 2000 was $230.6 billion. This represents the present value of lifetime costs for 41,821 fatalities, 5.3 million non-fatal injuries, & 28 million damaged vehicles, in both police-reported & unreported crashes. Public revenues paid for roughly 9% of all motor vehicle crash costs, costing tax payers $21 billion in 2000, the equivalent of over $200 in added taxes for every household in the U.S. In roughly 80% of these cases, alcohol was the cause of the crash. Charts & tables.
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