Stats & Facts

Need data? There are several resources available out there.

  • Fatality Analysis Reporting System
    The Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) contains data on all vehicle crashes in the United States that occur on a public roadway and involve a fatality.
  • US Census Bureau
  • Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
    The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and The Highway Loss Data Institute conducts scientific studies of insurance data representing the human and economic losses resulting from the ownership and operation of different types of vehicles and by publishing insurance loss results by vehicle make and model.
  • Colorado Health Information Dataset (CoHID)
    Provides death, hospitalization and adolescent health data.
  • Stats & Facts
    A program of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Research Institute, provides general teen driving stats and charts.
  • Problem Identification
    Provides data and information from CDOT’s Office of Transportation Safety, including the Problem Identification Report, survey results and the state’s Integrated Safety Plan.
  • Fact Sheet:  Hospitalizations and Deaths Among Teen Motor Vehicle Occupants
    Provides an overview of motor vehicle traffic deaths for teen drivers. July 2011.
  • Colorado’s 10 Winnable Battles:  Injury Prevention – Motor Vehicle Safety
    CDPHE has identified “Colorado’s 10 Winnable Battles”, which are public health and environmental priorities with large-scale impact on health and the environment. This Fact Sheet outlines how motor vehicle safety impacts the overall mission for Injury Prevention, one of the 10 Winnable Battles.
  • Sample Teen Driving Safety Presentation
    Developed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, this presentation includes benefits of graduated licensing programs nationwide, cell phone use statistics and more.