REFERENCE - B.C. Crash Statistics

ICBC LogoICBC has published the latest edition of Quick Statistics containing general information about crashes, injured and fatal victims, auto crime and vehicle and driver populations.Crashes (330,000) and casualty crashes (64,000) have increased from 2015, while fatal crashes (273) have fallen by 4.

ICBC reports issuing 3,370,000 policies (Autoplan and temporary permits) to vehicles other than trailers. At first glance, it's possible that 1 vehicle in 10 was involved in a reported crash of some sort during 2016.

Of the fatal crashes reported, 30% involved speed, 22% involved alcohol and 28% involved distracted driving.

The report also contains auto crime statistics.


ICBC Quick Statistics


Some interesting numbers to crunch, there.

Here's an oddity, from Page 7.

The number of incidents involving cyclists seems to be climbing, yet injuries and deaths for cyclists remain more or less steady over the last few years.


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