Across the United States, there were over 8,200 fatal accidents recorded, which makes it the third most dangerous season to be on the road. From Teletrac Navman, this infographic uses data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) of every fatal car crash that has occurred across America in fall of 2019, to determine where it's the most dangerous to be out driving. According to the data, it was found that Jackson, Mississippi was the most dangerous place to drive in the fall, with 9.62 fatal car collisions per every 100,000 residents. Of the ten cities with the highest fatal collision rates, Arizona and Tennessee were the only two states to have two cities in the top ten. These included Glendale and Tucson in Arizona, along with Memphis and Nashville in Tennessee. Not only is Jackson, Mississippi the city with the most fatal car crashes, but Mississippi is also the state that has the most. In Mississippi during this time, there were 4.52 fatal car accidents per 100,000 residents during the fall months.
Infographic by: teletracnavman