Transportation Infographics

What Is The Best State In the U.S. For Boating?

What Is The Best State In the U.S. For Boating?

The team at SIYachts.com have created the following infographic for boaters and travelers which ranks every U.S. State by how boater-friendly it is. They used a long list of criteria to determine this ranking, including data on weather, coastline, number of marinas, number of licensed boats in the state, etc. The results offer a nice variety, representing states in regions all over the country.

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Which U.S. County Has the Highest Traffic Fatalities?

Which U.S. County Has the Highest Traffic Fatalities?

Car accidents ending in death are all too common in the United States. That’s why this so infographic is important work that gives illumination data about which locations have the most dangerous roads. The results are divided by population density per location, which can have a large impact on the frequency of deadly accidents.

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Arkansas Car Crash Statistics

Arkansas Car Crash Statistics

While there are many reasons people might get in a car accident, the following infographic below states some of the data behind why it happens and what to do in the aftermath. One of the most important steps is finding an experienced car accident lawyer to ease the burden off of your shoulders.

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The Safest New and Used Vehicles

The Safest New and Used Vehicles

The National Highway Safety Administration reported that an estimated 42,915 people died in motor vehicle accidents in 2021. With traffic fatalities on the rise, it’s important to take precautions and minimize risk as much as we can. How can you reduce your risk of dying in a car accident? As morbid as that sounds, often, the vehicle itself can play a crucial role in your chances of surviving a car accident.

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Gas Prices Through History

Gas Prices Through History

We might deny it. We might diminish its importance. We might not like it. But the fact is that gas prices are intrinsically linked with the overall economy in the U.S. and have been for decades. In this infographic, take a look at the gas price history of the United States to see how much a gallon of gas cost through the years as well as how much it would cost today accounting for inflation.

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The History of the Solar-Powered Car

The History of the Solar-Powered Car

The history of solar-powered cars began as a humble 15-inch solar-powered car model made of balsa wood in 1955. Along the way, many marvelous innovations have emerged. Here is a timeline of solar cars that celebrates the advances in solar technology and can help us to imagine the bright opportunities to come.

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The History of Traffic Cones

The History of Traffic Cones

Traffic cones are used in a variety of ways including temporary modifications to separate and merge lanes, marking pedestrian paths, indicating potholes, and blocking-off roadside construction. Yet, this wildly successful innovation wasn’t a feat of meticulous engineering – it was the brainchild of a Los Angeles road worker and a local shop operator.

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Which U.S. State Has the Most Recreational Boats & Yachts Per Capita?

Which U.S. State Has the Most Recreational Boats & Yachts Per Capita?

Boating is a beloved American pastime that an estimated 100 million Americans partake in it each year, and U.S. sales of boats and marine products reached a colossal $49.3 billion in 2020 in 2020. So which state is the boating capital of the United States? This infographic explores which states have the most boats per capita.

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Top 150 Electric Cars and Other Electric Vehicles by Range

Top 150 Electric Cars and Other Electric Vehicles by Range

Electric vehicle technology has come a long way in recent years, particularly in terms of range. Many modern vehicles can go hundreds of miles on a single charge, making them an enticing option for those looking to save money amid rising gas prices. In this infographic, Dewesoft looks at the top 150+ EVs by their range.

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