Transportation Infographics

Which States Have the Most Fatal Car Accidents?

Which States Have the Most Fatal Car Accidents?

Car accidents account for 1.35 million deaths per year around the world. It is the leading cause of death for both children and young people between 5 and 29. Speed related crashes in the United States cost American drivers over 40 billion dollars a year. This map displays the deadliest states in the US for fatal car accidents per 100,000 people. 

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Counties With the Most Alcohol-Impaired Driving Deaths in the United States

Counties With the Most Alcohol-Impaired Driving Deaths in the United States

Each day, an average of 29 people across America lose their lives in car crashes that involve a drunk driver. That’s one death every 50 minutes! In 2016 alone, 28% of all traffic-related deaths in the U.S. were a result of crashes involving alcohol-impaired drivers, amounting to 10,497 lives lost. In this infographic, learn which U.S. counties have the most alcohol-impaired driving deaths.

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100 U.S. Cities Ranked by Their Commutes

100 U.S. Cities Ranked by Their Commutes

Sometimes, highways become parking lots, trains are late, and everyone’s struggling to get to work on time. But who really is struggling in the so-called “rat race”? What are the best and worst cities for commuting in the U.S.? The team at TitleMax.com have studied the top 100 most populated metropolitan areas in the United States and found the average commute time by city to figure out who has the worst commute.

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The Process For Obtaining a NSW Driver Licence

The Process For Obtaining a NSW Driver Licence

If you need to acquire a driver’s license in NSW, do not assume the process will be straight forward. In this infographic, courtesy of Driving Test, the information about the NSW license has been broken down into steps so as to give a clear understanding of how to obtain a full license.

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6 Top Company Cars For 2020

6 Top Company Cars For 2020

Driving a company car can be one of the biggest perks of a job. It means that your employer will cover your major driving expenses, including the cost of the car itself — so you could drive a luxury car without the luxury price tag! This infographic shows you the most popular current selections of company cars — including the BMW Series 3, the Toyota Corolla, and the Jaguar I-Pace and more.

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Which Airlines Have Had the Most Crashes Over the Past 10 Years?

Which Airlines Have Had the Most Crashes Over the Past 10 Years?

3,930 people have died in plane crashes over the past 10 years. As high as that number might sound, it’s nothing when you consider 2.7 million people fly every year out of the United States alone. Still, it’s quite scary to think about the possibility of getting into a plane crash. If you want to look at your options before flying, look no further than this infographic which reveals every airline that has had a crash in the past decade and how many people have died.

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How to Make a Convertible Car

How to Make a Convertible Car

In this infographic, courtesy of Repair Loader, you can create your own convertible car as a do-it-yourselfer. It provides a good overview of what tools you need and how to approach that process.

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Applying for Driver Accreditation in Australia

Applying for Driver Accreditation in Australia

Working for a transport company, especially as a professional driver in Australia, can be quite challenging and at the same time rewarding. Do you want to become a licensed driver? Having a full-time driver licence is not enough when it comes to driving public vehicles in Australia such as a hired car, motorcycle, public bus, ride-share, courier vehicle etc. In that case, a driver accreditation from a particular state or territory is also mandatory.

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The Biggest Automotive Safety Recalls of All Time

The Biggest Automotive Safety Recalls of All Time

How dangerous does a vehicle need to be in order to be recalled? It turns out that even if a defective vehicle or a defective automotive part hasn’t caused any injuries or deaths, it can and should still be recalled if it has the potential to injure or kill someone in the future. This visual timeline reveals the biggest automobile recalls of all time.

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