New Stats Show That Colorado Men Shouldn’t Get Into Cars/Trucks
When it comes to who's driving in Colorado, new stats show that it's men that should avoid it, if they want to live a happy life.
This could put the end to a lot of family arguments about "who is the better driver?" Then again, it could only spur on more arguing.
In today's age, with all the distractions in the car, it comes as little surprise that Colorado comes within the top ten of states when it comes to road fatalities.
MORE MEN THAN WOMEN DIE BEHIND THE WHEEL IN COLORADO
A law firm out of central Florida recently did some research into National Highway Traffic Safety data about road fatalities across the nation, and how each stacks up; they then broke that info down to compare men versus women.
Overall, across the U.S., the data shows that over a four-year span (2017-2021) there were more male fatalities on the road per 100,000 people, than women.
The state that saw the most male fatalities on the road was Hawaii, where men are more six times likely to die in a car crash, than women drivers.
WHAT DO COLORADO'S NUMBERS SHOW WHEN IT COMES TO MALE DRIVERS?
The research conducted by 1800AskDave.com found that over the four-year span, 2,072 Coloradans died in car crashes; of that 2,072, 1,646 of them were men.
That puts Colorado at #6 in the nation, with men being more than FOUR TIMES likely to perish in a car crash.
WHAT THE DATA DOESN'T SHOW WHEN IT COMES TO MEN IN CARS IN COLORADO
The data does not differentiate between "driver" and "passenger" - It just shows that a male person in the car perished. So, in theory, a woman could have been driving when a male, licensed, passenger died.
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