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Revealed: These Are The Countries With the Most Car Accidents, 2024

Car Accidents

Car accidents can occur unexpectedly, and drivers try their best to avoid them. They can result in fatalities, severe injuries, or property damage. Motor vehicle accidents can happen when a car collides with another vehicle, a pedestrian, an animal, or a stationary object. There are several common causes for such accidents, and driving under the influence of alcohol or drunk driving is the most frequent cause of car crashes worldwide, despite the significant effort to reduce its occurrence.

Traffic accidents can have various causes, such as lack of car maintenance, distracted driving, exhaustion of the driver, and unfavorable weather conditions. For those interested in learning about the countries with the highest and lowest number of vehicular accidents, can refer to the latest article by CEOWORLD magazine. In the article, researchers have discussed these nations in detail, providing readers with valuable information on how to navigate the roads safely if they plan to visit or relocate to these countries.

As of 2024, the population of the United States is 340,980,068, making it the third-most populous country in the world. As a result, it has a large number of drivers and an extensive road network, making it the second-largest consumer of automobiles globally. This has led to a significantly higher number of car accidents in the country, with the United States having more than four times the amount of crashes compared to any other country. There were about two million car accidents, resulting in 36,000 fatalities and 2.7 million injuries. According to the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) report on “Statistics of Road Traffic Accidents in Europe and North America,” the United States recorded a total of 1.949 million car crashes.

Just like the US, Japan has a large number of car drivers and is a major consumer of motor vehicles. It holds the third spot for the highest number of cars in the world and ranks sixth for having the biggest road networks. However, compared to the US, Japan has the second-highest number of car accidents in a year. Each year, there are around 500,000 car collisions in this East Asian country. In 2018 alone, about 4,700 individuals died and over 600,000 were injured in traffic accidents in Japan.

Countries With the Most Car Accidents, 2024

RankCountryTotal AccidentsAccidents Per Million PeopleDeathsDeaths Per Million PeopleInjuriesInjuries Per Million
1United States194900059383609611027400008348
2Japan54000054784700446000003400
3Germany30014336123046373842304624
4Turkey17489621185473662832343430
5Italy17218328833173532413844041
6United Kingdom12321218471808271602222401
7Canada10579128141761471408013745
8Spain10408022081755371393582957
9France56006833323748704731048
10Belgium37699398364668471474981
11Portugal37213361868967468924559
12Austria35736402441647451415083
13Romania311461608186496396702048
14Poland3028879829097735477934
15Ukraine2605262234548332736782
16Czech Republic20806195061858259742434
17Netherlands19046109858634208731203
18Switzerland17761207118722212802482
19Hungary16627170260262216042211
20Kazakhstan166148972405130221801198
21Serbia14244205153477204182940
22Sweden13684133122122177191724
23Israel12670139935539226312500
24Greece1071299968864130021213
25Croatia9694238329773128733165
26Uzbekistan80922392094627923234
27Bosnia and Herzegovina7256216526178101863039
28Bulgaria6730586628558499740
29Kyrgyzstan66631032760118103141597
30Ireland657513331402881251647
31Slovenia602328841024975703625
32Georgia5839157048112979212129
33Slovakia51059362705065471200
34Armenia4799162034111568012296
35Finland4002725211385013908
36Latvia372919481326945592382
37Norway3580669108204154777
38Belarus3567511505723818547
39North Macedonia323315571326451642487
40Lithuania298610691866734621239
41Denmark2808483199343076529
42Moldova258597127710430311138
43Montenegro19243092477627544426
44Azerbaijan1870187821821702170
45Albania1498525227801817637
46Turkmenistan1435249312541576274
47Estonia14131065523917141292
48Malta13392656163216473268
49Tajikistan1212131391421314143
50Luxembourg9871592223512962090
51Iceland770213661711303134

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Prof. Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
Prof. Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is a publishing executive and economist who is the CEO and editor-in-chief of The CEOWORLD magazine, one of the world’s most influential and recognized global news publications. Additionally, he serves as the chair of the advisory board for the CEOWORLD magazine. He received his Ph.D. in Finance and Banking from the European Global School, Paris, France. He earned his Doctoral Degree in Chartered Accountancy from the European International University Paris, France, and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design (KNUTD), Ukraine. Dr. Amarendra also holds a Master of Business Administration degree in International Relations and Affairs from the American University of Athens, Alabama, United States.


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