The Top 5 European Countries with the Highest Motor Vehicle Deaths (per capita)

  Country Fatalities Per 100,000
1 Slovakia 24.7
2 Lithuania 22,5
3 Latvia 23.8
4 Portugal 19.7
5 Czech Republic 18.9
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 Facts
  1. Within the EU25, 27% of the deaths among those under 20 years old for the three year period 2001-2003, were due to external causes. Around half of these were due to transport accidents, which killed almost two and a half times more males than females.
  2. The lowest death rates due to transport accidents were found in Sweden (5), the Netherlands and the United Kingdom (both 6), Hungary, Ireland and Finland (7 each)
Tags: Transportation, Death Statistics, Top 5 Highest, Europe

Sources:  Eurostat (last T5OA update Feb 17, 2008 )

List Notes: Rate is per passenger kilometer (PPK). Passenger-kilometers (PK). For cars and motorized two-wheelers only. Statistics are averages for EU-25 countries for the three year period 2001-2003. (last T5OA update Feb 17, 2008 )
European Countries with the Highest Motor Vehicle Deaths (per capita)

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