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Drunk Driving Data

Estimated number and percentage of traffic fatalities, by the highest BAC (blood alcohol concentration) of any person involved in the crash, United States, 1987-2000
  Bac
0.00 g/dl
Bac
0.01 g/dl
Bac
0.10 g/dl
YearTotalNo. (%)No. (%)No. (%)
198746,39022,749
(49.0)
23,641
(51.0)
18,529
(39.9)
198847,08723,461
(49.8)
23,626
(50.2)
18,731
(39.9)
198945,58223,178
(50.8)
22,404
(49.2)
17,862
(39.2)
199044,59922,515
(50.5)
22,084
(49.5)
17,650
(39.6)
199141,50821,621
(52.1)
19,887
(47.9)
15,928
(38.4)
199239,23521,536
(54.9)
17,699
(45.1)
14,123
(36.0)
199340,11522,653
(56.5)
17,461
(43.5)
13,982
(34.9)
199440,71624,136
(59.3)
16,580
(40.7)
13,100
(32.2)
199541,79824.524
(58.7)
17,274
(41.3)
13,564
(32.5)
199641,90724,781
(59.1)
17,126
(40.9)
13,395
(32.0)
199741,96725,778
(61.4)
16,189
(38.6)
12,704
(30.3)
199841,50125,481
(61.4)
16,020
(38)
12,494
(30)
199941,71725,741
(62)
15,976
(38)
12,453
(30)
200041,82125,168
(60)
16,653
(40)
12,892
(31)
Note: BAC distributions are estimates for drivers and nonoccupants of motor vehicles who were involved in fatal crashes.Source: NHTSA Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) 1998.

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