The number of car accidents in the U.S. have risen sharply over the past few years, according to new data.
A whopping 10.6 million people were killed in motor vehicle accidents in 2015, up from 6.9 million in 2014.
According to data from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), more people were injured in 2016 than in 2015.
The number also rose by 1.6 percent, which is more than twice as much as the increase in 2015 (1.5 percent).
The IHS also reported that the rate of car crashes has increased by 9 percent in the last five years, which means there are now 5.7 million more people killed and 1.7 billion more injured in the auto industry.
It also means that the average number of crashes each year is about 50 per year.
It’s likely that this spike in crashes is the result of the government’s efforts to reduce the number of cars on the road.
According to the Insurance Information Institute, more than 4 million people died in auto accidents in 2016, which represents nearly 1 in 3 car crashes.
That figure, which excludes the deaths of people who died as a result of traffic-related accidents, is still well below the peak of 9.5 million in 2009.
More than 80 percent of car crash deaths occur in the first five years after a crash, with the majority occurring after the age of 20, according the IHS.
In addition, there are about a million more fatalities annually than there were in 2015 due to heart disease and cancer.
The crash statistics are a stark reminder that even the best-intentioned people can fall victim to the dangers of driving.
“While accidents are down, fatalities are up, and the costs to our economy are increasing,” said IIHS President and CEO Scott Brown.
If you are on a diet, it’s hard to eat when you’re driving, Brown added.
While the IHHS estimates that a person’s risk of dying in a traffic accident is higher than the risk of being killed in a plane crash, the crash data also reveals that people who are on diets or exercise may be more at risk of injury.
The average American eats about 400 calories a day, and they burn about 2,000 calories in a 24-hour period, according Brown.
In addition, the amount of fat in a typical American diet ranges from about 35 percent to 70 percent.
To put those numbers into perspective, Brown noted that eating less than 400 calories per day can result in about 5 percent of Americans becoming obese.
So far, no research has been done to determine if people who exercise or diet will be at greater risk of an accident.
Brown believes that there is enough evidence to recommend a more holistic approach to diet and exercise.
It’s important to note that driving accidents are not unique to the U