Minnesota Motor Vehicle Crash Facts 2013 is a summary of automobile crashes occurring on Minnesota roadways containing statistics and information compiled from law enforcement reports. This edition describes how and why crashes happen, where they occurred and who was involved.
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Contributing factors in SINGLE vehicle crashes:
Contributing factors in MULTIPLE vehicle crashes
Motorcycle deaths were the greatest in the 40 and older age bracket this accounted for 54% of all motorcycle deaths. Only 27% of those killed were known to be wearing their helmet. The most dangerous time for motorcyclists is between 3 -5 pm. Most crashes occur in areas under 1000 people. 35% of motorcyclists involved in crashes were drunk, over .08.
Minnesota State Statute: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5) Period Time: 6 years
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