Click below to see road user injury statistics.
Click below to see how often each of these behaviours is a factor in traffic accidents.
Click below to see what the most common cause of car accidents are.
Click below to see the distribution of environmental factors in traffic accidents.
While drivers are usually the cause of accidents, they're not the only ones affected. Select the options below to see the distribution of who is hurt or killed and where car accidents occur.
There are several behaviours that can impair a driver's judgment. Other behaviours can make it more difficult for a driver to react in time to avoid an accident. Here we see how often each of those behaviours is a factor in traffic accidents.
A car accident can mean many different things. The most common involves one car but others can involve pedestrians, head on collisions or rear ending the car in front.See the most common types of accidents on Australian Roads below.
Driver behaviour is not the only thing that can increase the likelihood of an accident. Environmental factors, such as weather, lighting, and road surface conditions can also have a strong impact. Here we see the distribution of environmental factors in traffic accidents.