The leading cause of death in the United States as of 2019 is car accidents. Many states differ in what type of crashes were the leading cause of death in their areas. Here are some car-related accidents that are most common in each state: side-impact, single-vehicle, multiple-vehicle, and head-on. Despite this, on the other hand, there are also similar causes to these fatal car accidents occurring. Those reasons include speeding, intoxication, distracted driving, auto defects, and bad weather.

The 5 states with the most deaths per 100,000 people were:

  1. Mississippi (22.2)
  2. South Carolina (20.4)
  3. Alabama (19.5) 
  4. Wyoming (19.2)
  5. New Mexico (18.7)

Pennsylvania’s Motor Vehicle Accident Statistics are as follows:

Deaths: 1,190

Fatal Crashes: 1,103

Deaths per 100 Million Miles: 1.17

Total Vehicle Miles: 102109

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