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Auto Safety: Status of NHTSAäó»s Redesign of Its Crashworthiness Data System
Susan Fleming (au)
In 2010, motor vehicle crashes in the U.S. cost almost 33,000 lives, injured 2.2 million people, and resulted in almost $900 billion in economic costs. As part of its mission to reduce these losses, the Nat. Highway Traffic Safety Admin. (NHTSA) collects and analyzes data on motor vehicle crashes. One NHTSA program is the Nat. Automotive Sampling System Crashworthiness Data System (NASS-CDS) -- a nationally representative sample of police-reported motor-vehicle traffic crashes; however, the NASS-CDS sample was designed in 1988 and required an update. In 2012, NHTSA started taking steps to redesign NASS-CDS. This report assesses (1) the process NHTSA used to redesign NASS-CDS; and (2) the potential for this redesign to improve the NASS-CDS sample. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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