Large Trucks

The states with the highest percentage of large trucks involved in fatal crashes in 2019 are:

  • Wyoming – 25%
  • North Dakota – 17%
  • North Dakota – 16%
  • Vermont – 16%

The states (including DC) with the lowest percentage of large trucks involved in fatal crashes in 2019 are:

  • District of Columbia – 0%
  • Hawaii – 2%
  • New Hampshire – 4%

The states with the most deaths resulting from large truck crashes in 2019 are:

  • Texas – 652 deaths
  • California – 408 deaths
  • Florida – 349 deaths

The states with the fewest deaths resulting from large truck crashes in 2019 are:

  • District of Columbia – 0 deaths
  • Hawaii – 3 deaths
  • Rhode Island – 4 deaths

Explore other large truck fatal crash trends using the interactive map. Hover over a state to see how many trucks were involved in fatal crashes. Click on a state to view a pie chart of truck deaths by person type (truck occupant, other vehicle occupant, and non-occupant).

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Source: National Safety Council analysis of NHTSA’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) data file.