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MCSAC CSA SUBCOMMITTEE Truck Crashes by Size Characteristics February, 2014 Washington, DC. 2012 Truck Registrations & VMT. Note : Single–Unit includes single frame trucks that have 2–axles and at least 6 tires or a gross vehicle weight rating exceeding 10,000 lbs.

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MCSAC CSA SUBCOMMITTEE

Truck Crashes by Size Characteristics

February, 2014

Washington, DC

2012 truck registrations vmt
2012 Truck Registrations & VMT

Note: Single–Unit includes single frame trucks that have 2–axles and at least 6 tires or a gross vehicle weight rating exceeding 10,000 lbs.

Source: FHWA Highway Statistics

2012 injury crashes by truck weight class
2012 Injury Crashes by Truck Weight Class

Note: Totals are rounded to nearest thousand based on sampling variance.

Not Applicable used for vehicles 10,000 lbs. or less, not displaying a hazardous

materials placard, for buses less than 9 seats (including driver), and for all motor homes. Source: NHTSA General Estimates System (GES)

contact information
Contact Information

Bill BannisterChief, Analysis Division

FMCSA

(202) 385-2388

[email protected]

Additional Statistics:

2011 Large Truck and Bus Crash Facts

http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/facts-research/LTBCF2011/LargeTruckandBusCrashFacts2011.aspx

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