Miles Driven and Traffic Fatalities Rise

Economic growth has resulted in miles driven, accident frequency, and road fatalities returning or exceeding levels last seen in 2007. Growth in urban and suburban areas, more freight traffic, and more vehicles on the road overall have led to more complex mobility on U.S. roads indicating further lifts in auto claim frequency in the near future. Crash avoidance technologies, and growth in telecommuting and other non-vehicle commuting could counter accident frequency growth over time.

To continue, please sign in or become a member.
Join the INN community
  • Full access to the industry's most comprehensive daily report, including news, analysis and insight.
  • Daily, weekly, and topic-based newsletters and alerts.
  • Web seminars, white papers, and research from authoritative contributors.
Have an account?
Remember me Forgot password?

SlideshowsSee All »
VideosSee All »