1 TRAFFIC SAFETY FACTS 2012 Data DOT HS June 2014 Motorcycles In 2012, 4,957 motorcyclists were killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes an increase of 7 percent from the 4,630 motorcyclists killed in There were 93,000 motorcyclists injured during 2012, a 15-percent increase from 81,000 in The following definitions apply to terms used throughout this fact sheet: The motorcycle rider is the person operating the motorcycle; the passenger is a person seated on, but not operating, the motorcycle; the motorcyclist is a general term referring to either the rider or passenger. NHTSA publications prior to 2007 may not reflect this terminology. The following vehicles are defined as motorcycles: mopeds, two- or three-wheeled motorcycles, off-road motorcycles, scooters, mini bikes, and pocket bikes. In 2012, two-wheeled motorcycles accounted for 93 percent of all motorcycles in fatal crashes. In 2012, 4,957 motorcyclists were killed a 7-percent increase from the 4,630 motorcyclists killed in Table 1 Motorcyclist Fatalities and Injuries, and Fatality and Injury Rates, Year Fatalities Registered Vehicles Fatality Rate* Vehicle Miles Traveled (millions) Fatality Rate** ,714 5,370, , ,028 5,767, , ,576 6,227, , ,837 6,678, , ,174 7,138, , ,312 7,752, , ,469 7,929, , ,518 8,009, , ,630 8,437, , ,957 8,454, , Year Injured Registered Vehicles Injury Rate* Vehicle Miles Traveled (millions) Injury Rate** ,000 5,370,035 1,250 9, ,000 5,767,934 1,324 10, ,000 6,227,146 1,402 10, ,000 6,678,958 1,312 12, ,000 7,138,476 1,443 21, ,000 7,752,926 1,238 20, ,000 7,929,724 1,130 20, ,000 8,009,503 1,024 18, ,000 8,437, , ,000 8,454,939 1,099 21, *Rate per 100,000 registered vehicles **Rate per 100 million vehicle miles traveled Source: Vehicle miles traveled and registered vehicles Federal Highway Administration Traffic deaths Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), NHTSA traffic injuries General Estimates System (GES), NHTSA Note: In 2011, the Federal Highway Administration implemented an enhanced methodology for estimating registered vehicles and vehicle miles traveled by vehicle type. These revisions were applied to data after In some cases the changes were significant and should be taken into account when comparing registered vehicle counts and/or vehicle miles traveled for 2006 and earlier years with the numbers for 2007 and later years.
2 2 Per vehicle mile traveled, motorcyclists were more than 26 times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in a traffic crash. In 2012, motorcyclists accounted for 15 percent of all traffic fatalities, 18 percent of all occupant (driver and passenger) fatalities, and 4 percent of all occupants injured. Of the 4,957 motorcyclists killed in traffic crashes, 93 percent (4,625) were riders and 7 percent (332) were passengers. Motorcycles made up 3 percent of all registered vehicles in the United States in 2012 and accounted for only 0.7 percent of all vehicle miles traveled. Per vehicle mile traveled in 2012, motorcyclists were more than 26 times likely than passenger car occupants to die in motor vehicle traffic crashes and 5 times more likely to be injured (Table 2). Per registered vehicle, the fatality rate for motorcyclists in 2012 was 6 times the fatality rate for passenger car occupants. The injury rate for motorcyclists was about the same as the injury rate for passenger car occupants. Table 2 Occupant Fatality Rates by Vehicle Type, Fatality Rate Motorcycles Passenger Cars Light Trucks Per 100,000 Registered Vehicles Per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled Motorcycle Involvement in Crashes In 2012, 2,624 of all motorcycles (52%) involved in fatal crashes collided with another type of motor vehicle in transport. In two-vehicle crashes, 75 percent of the motorcycles involved in motor vehicle traffic crashes collided with the vehicles in the front of them. Only 7 percent were struck in the rear. Motorcycles are more likely to be involved in fatal collisions with fixed objects than are other vehicles. In 2012, 22 percent of the motorcycles involved in fatal crashes collided with fixed objects, compared to 18 percent for passenger cars, 14 percent for light trucks, and 4 percent for large trucks. In 2012, there were 2,317 two-vehicle fatal crashes involving a motorcycle and another type of vehicle. In 41 percent (953) of these crashes, the other vehicles were turning left while the motorcycles were going straight, passing, or overtaking other vehicles. Both vehicles were going straight in 524 crashes (23%). NHTSA considers a crash to be speeding-related if the driver was charged with a speeding-related offense or if an officer indicated that racing, driving too fast for conditions, or exceeding the posted speed limit was a contributing factor in the crash. In 2012, 34 percent of all motorcycle riders involved in fatal crashes were speeding, compared to 22 percent for passenger car drivers, 18 percent for lighttruck drivers, and 8 percent for large-truck drivers.
3 3 Table 3 Motorcyclist Fatalities in Motor Vehicle Traffic Crashes, by Age, Year, and Day of the Week, 2003 and 2012 Weekday (6 a.m. Monday to 5:59 p.m. Friday) Weekend (6 p.m. Friday to 5:59 a.m. Monday) Total Age Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent 2003 < , , Total* 1, , , < , , , , Total* 2, , , *Totals include unknown age and unknown time of day. From 2003 to 2012, motorcyclist fatalities increased by 33 percent (Table 3). Among those increases, the 40-and-older age group made up 46 percent of motorcyclists killed in 2003 as compared to 56 percent in Within the 40 and older age group, fatalities increased by 63 percent over a 10-year period. In 2003, the average age of motorcycle riders killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes was 38 whereas in 2012 the average age was 43. Table 4 Motorcycle Rider (Operator) Fatalities by Engine Size (cc), 2003 and 2012 Up to ,000 Engine Displacement 1,001 1,500 1,501 & Higher Unknown Total Year Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent , , , , , , Forty-five percent of motorcycle riders were killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes while riding motorcycles with engine sizes of 1,001 cubic centimeters (cc) or higher in 2012, a 45-percent increase in fatalities from 2003 to Rider fatalities on motorcycles with engine sizes of 1,000 cc or less showed an increase of 22 percent during the same time period. (Table 4). Licensing Twenty-four percent of motorcycle riders involved in fatal crashes in 2012 were riding their vehicles without valid motorcycle licenses at the time of the collisions, while only 12 percent of drivers of passenger vehicles in fatal crashes did not have valid licenses. A valid motorcycle license includes a rider having a valid driver license (Non-CDL License Status) with a motorcycle endorsement or a motorcycleonly license. Motorcycle riders involved in fatal traffic crashes were 1.3 times more likely than passenger vehicle drivers to have previous license suspension or revocations (18% and 14%, respectively). Twenty-four percent of motorcycle riders involved in fatal crashes in 2012 were riding their vehicles without valid motorcycle licenses.
4 4 In 2012, a higher percentage of motorcycle riders in fatal crashes had BAC levels of.08 g/dl or higher than any other type of driver. Previous Driving Records In Figure 1, motorcycle riders were shown to have the highest percentage of drivers with previous driving convictions (DWI, speeding, and revocation) as compared to other vehicle drivers. Figure 1 Previous Driving Records of Drivers Involved in Fatal Traffic Crashes, by Type of Vehicle, 2012 Recorded Crashes DWI Convictions Speeding Convictions Recorded Suspensions or Revocations 0.5% 3.9% 2.6% 2.9% 8.2% 11.9% 12.6% 11.9% 12.9% 14.9% 14.0% 16.7% 16.1% 17.7% 18.2% Vehicle Type: Motorcycles Passenger Cars Light Trucks Large Trucks 20.9% Forty-three percent of motorcycle riders who died in single-vehicle crashes in 2012 had BAC levels of.08 g/dl or higher. Note: Excluding all drivers with unknown previous records. Alcohol In fatal crashes in 2012, a higher percentage of motorcycle riders had blood alcohol concentrations (BACs) of.08 grams per deciliter (g/dl) or higher than any other type of motor vehicle driver. The percentages for alcohol-impaired drivers involved in fatal crashes were 27 percent for motorcycles, 23 percent for passenger cars, 22 percent for light trucks, and 2 percent for large trucks. In 2012, there were 1,335 (29%) fatally injured motorcycle riders who had BACs of.08 g/dl or higher. An additional 360 (8%) had lower alcohol levels (BACs of.01 to.07 g/dl). The highest percentage of fatally injured motorcycle riders with BAC of.08 g/dl or higher was the age group (37%), followed by the age group (36%) and age group (35%). Forty-three percent of the 2,030 motorcycle riders who died in single-vehicle crashes in 2012 had BACs of.08 g/dl or higher. Sixty-four percent of those killed in single-vehicle crashes on weekend nights had BACs of.08 g/dl or higher.
5 5 Table 5 Motorcycle Riders Killed With BACs of.08 or Higher, by Crash Type and Time of Day, 2003 and 2012 All Crashes Crash Type and Time of Day Single-Vehicle Multi-Vehicle Time of Day Total Motorcycle Riders Killed BAC=.08+ Number Percent Total Motorcycle Riders Killed BAC=.08+ Number Percent Total* 3,427 1, ,625 1, Weekday 1, , Weekend 1, , Total* 1, , Weekday Weekend , Total* 1, , Weekday , Weekend , Daytime 1, , Nighttime 1, , Motorcycle riders killed in traffic crashes at night were over 3 times more likely to have BACs of.08 g/dl or higher than those killed during the day. * Includes riders involved in fatal crashes when time of day was unknown. Daytime - 6 a.m. to 5:59 p.m. Nighttime - 6 p.m. to 5:59 a.m. Motorcycle riders killed in traffic crashes at night were over 3 times more likely to have BACs of.08 g/dl or higher than those killed during the day (45% and 14%, respectively). The reported helmet use rate for motorcycle riders killed in traffic crashes was 45 percent for those with BACs of.08 g/dl or higher as compared to 66 percent for those with no alcohol (BAC=.00 g/dl). Among drivers and motorcycle riders, drinking and driving has always been a concern. In 2012, there were 4,625 motorcycle riders killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes. Twenty-nine percent of these riders were alcohol-impaired (BAC of.08 or higher). As seen in Table 6, the proportion of motorcycle riders killed who were alcohol-impaired ranged from a high of 63 percent (Rhode Island) to a low of 3 percent (Utah).
6 6 Table 6 Motorcycle Rider Fatalities in Motor Vehicle Traffic Crashes by State and Rider s BAC, 2012 State Total Motorcycle Riders Killed Percent of Motorcycle Riders Killed, by Their BAC BAC=.08+ BAC=.01+ Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Dist of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming National 4, Puerto Rico
7 7 Helmet Use and Effectiveness NHTSA estimates that helmets saved the lives of 1,699 motorcyclists in If all motorcyclists had worn helmets, an additional 781 lives could have been saved. Helmets are estimated to be 37-percent effective in preventing fatal injuries to motorcycle riders and 41 percent for motorcycle passengers. In other words, for every 100 motorcycle riders killed in crashes while not wearing helmets, 37 of them could have been saved had all 100 worn helmets. According to NHTSA s National Occupant Protection Use Survey, a nationally representative observational survey of motorcycle helmet, seat belt, and child safety seat use, use of DOT-compliant helmets in 2012 stood at 60 percent, a decrease from 66 percent in Reported helmet use rates for fatally injured motorcyclists in 2012 were 59 percent for riders and 48 percent for passengers, compared with 60 percent and 49 percent, respectively, in Conversely, 42 percent of the 4,957 motorcyclists killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes were not helmeted. Table 7 shows that these percentages ranged from a high of 84 percent (South Dakota) to a low of 5 percent (Washington, Nebraska, and Louisiana). All motorcycle helmets sold in the United States are required to meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 218, the performance standard which establishes the minimum level of protection for helmets designed for use by motorcyclists. In 2012, 19 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico required helmet use by all motorcyclists. Whereas 28 States only required helmet use by a subset of motorcyclists (typically motorcyclists under age 18) and 3 States (Illinois, Iowa, and New Hampshire) do not require helmet use by motorcyclists of any age. In States without universal helmet laws, 62 percent of motorcyclists killed in 2012 were not wearing helmets, as compared to 9 percent in States with universal helmet laws. Helmets are estimated to be 37-percent effective in preventing fatal injuries to motorcycle riders. NHTSA estimates that helmets saved 1,699 motorcyclists lives in 2012, and that 781 more could have been saved if all motorcyclists had worn helmets. For more information: Information on traffic fatalities is available from the National Center for Statistics and Analysis (NCSA), NVS-424, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC NCSA can be contacted at or via the following address: General information on highway traffic safety can be accessed by Internet users at To report a safety-related problem or to inquire about motor vehicle safety information, contact the Vehicle Safety Hotline at Other fact sheets available from the National Center for Statistics and Analysis are Alcohol-Impaired Driving, Bicyclists and Other Cyclists, Children, Large Trucks, Occupant Protection, Older Population, Overview, Passenger Vehicles, Pedestrians, Race and Ethnicity, Rural/Urban Comparisons, School Transportation-Related Crashes, Speeding, State Alcohol Estimates, State Traffic Data, and Young Drivers. Detailed data on motor vehicle traffic crashes are published annually in Traffic Safety Facts: A Compilation of Motor Vehicle Crash Data from the Fatality Analysis Reporting System and the General Estimates System. The fact sheets and annual Traffic Safety Facts report can be accessed online at www nrd.nhtsa.dot.gov/cats/index.aspx.
8 8 Table 7 Motorcyclist Fatalities, by State and Helmet Use, 2012 State Total Motorcyclists Killed Helmeted Not Helmeted Number Percent Percent Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Dist of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming National 4, Puerto Rico Shading indicates States requiring helmet use for all motorcyclists v2a
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