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10,000 registered motorcycles 1976 Fatalities 2-vehicle Accidents 1976 Accidents and Fatalities Accidents in 1976 Alignment and Grade BAC Level clock Comparisons Between 1975 Data not available Day Distribution Day of Week Distribution by Sex Distribution of Fatal District of Columbia fatal motorcycle accidents Fatalities in 1976 fatalities occurred fatality rates Federal Highway Administration Female 14 Figure 16 Figure 17 headlight laws helmet law involved in fatal Involved in Single Involved Vehicles Land Use Classifications Major Artery Manner of Collision motorcycle accidents occurred Motorcycle Drivers Involved motorcycle fatalities motorcycle registrations Motorcycles Involved Motorcyclist Fatalities multiple vehicle accidents Multiple Vehicle Fatal non-collision North Dakota Number Percent Distribution percent occurred physically divided point of impact Principal Impact Points Rear-end collisions Rhode Island rural areas Seating Position Sideswipe Single and Multiple single vehicle fatal South Carolina special license trafficway and land urban areas Vehicle Fatal Accidents Vehicle Fatal Motorcycle vehicle inspection Vehicles Involved
Page 7 - FARS is a computerized data base containing information on fatal motor vehicle traffic accidents occurring in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
Page 72 - ... from 1976 to 1977. The states that have repealed their helmet laws include Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Rhode Island in 1976, and Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Washington in 1977. Delaware, Idaho, Ohio and Wisconsin also repealed their laws in 1978. The NHTSA said four special accident studies are nearing completion in four of these states — Colorado,...