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Crash Analysis, Statistics & Information Notebook 1996-2003

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    • Alternative Title:
      1996-2003 CASI Report ; Georgia DMVS CASI Notebook: Drivers ; Georgia DMVS CASI Notebook: Lives ;
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      NTL-REFERENCES AND DIRECTORIES-Statistics ; NTL-SAFETY AND SECURITY-Accidents ; NTL-SAFETY AND SECURITY-SAFETY AND SECURITY ;
    • Abstract:
      The Department of Motor Vehicle Safety is proud to present the Crash Analysis, Statistics &

      Information (CASI) Notebook 1996-2003. DMVS developed the CASI Notebooks to provide

      straightforward, easy to understand crash information. Each page or table can be used as a stand-alone document and can be used for print dissemination. Some topics will be several pages long while other topics will be a single page. Topics will include crashes, injuries and fatalities, trends, basic demographics on population and licensed drivers, rural and urban roads, young drivers and other highway safety issues in Georgia. The magnitude of the problem is almost beyond belief. In Georgia over the past eight years there have been 2,493,352 crashes involving 4,733,494 drivers. From 1996 to 2003 the total number of drivers,

      passengers and pedestrians involved in crashes is an astounding 6,664,713. In 2003, 1,610 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes in Georgia. On average each week 31 people died in motor vehicle crashes. Although injuries have declined the number of people injured in motor vehicle crashes in 2003 would fill Turner Field the home of the Atlanta Braves baseball team two times over.

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