Canadian Motor Vehicle Traffic Collision Statistics: 2004
Motor Vehicle Safety
Collected in co-operation with the
Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators
- START with Collisions and Casualties - 1985-2004 and work your way through the pages in the same order as in the printed pamphlet;
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Table of Contents
- Casualty Rates
- Collisions and Casualties - 1985-2004
- Fatalities - 1985-2004
- Fatalities by Road User Class - 2000-2004
- Fatalities and Injuries by Age Group
- Licensed Drivers and Motor Vehicle Registrations by Type of Vehicle - 1985-2004
- Number of Collisions by Location
- Number of Licensed Drivers by Gender and by Age
- Percentage of Driver and Passenger Fatalities and Serious Injuries Where Victims Were not Using Seat Belts - 2000-2004
- Percentage of Driver and Passenger Fatalities and Serious Injuries by Age Group
- Percentage of Fatally Injured Drivers Tested and Found to Have Been Drinking
- Percentage of Fatalities and Serious Injuries by Road User Class
The decline in police reporting in British Columbia in the years 1996 through 2004 has affected the British Columbia totals and, to a lesser extent, national totals reported in this publication.
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