Traffic Fatalities in US Reach Highest Level Since 2007

Cars may be getting more advanced safety features, but U.S. traffic-related deaths are on the rise.

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Traffic Fatalities Up 10.4 Percent in First Half of 2016

Preliminary data shows that traffic fatalities in the U.S. are up 10.4 percent during the first half of 2016.

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Traffic Deaths Increased by 7.7 Percent Last Year

Preliminary data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) show a 7.7 percent increase in traffic fatalities last year.

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Traffic Deaths on the Rise After Years of Decline

Traffic deaths are on the rise again, after a decade of decline.

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Traffic Fatalities Expected to Spike This Holiday Season

If you’re planning on driving this holiday season, be extra careful.

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GM Recall Death Toll Reports Are Inaccurate

Your airbags might not deploy during a crash, even if the vehicle isn’t actually defective.

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New York City to Track Traffic Fatalities Online

New York City will begin documenting all traffic-related fatalities on a new website as incoming Mayor Bill de Blasio pledges to eliminate all traffic deaths in 10 years.

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Distracted Driving Fatalities Drop as Highway Deaths Rise

Distracted driving fatalities decreased slightly in 2012 according to the latest fatality analysis by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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Traffic Fatalities Fell 4.2 Percent in First Half of 2013: NHTSA

After increasing 5.3 percent last year, traffic fatalities have dropped 4.2 percent in the first half of 2013 according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

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Younger Women More Likely to Die Than Men in a Crash: Study

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released a study that shows younger women are far more likely to die than men in an equivalent car crash.

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U.S. Traffic Fatalities Hit 60-Year Low

It’s always great to get some good new regarding traffic. And this recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) falls into the good new category – they say that the number of fatalities on America’s highways is at its lowest level since 1950.

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