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Number of fatalities per 100 000 passenger cars, year 2011

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 Chart  Rank  Country  Value 
#1  1,069  1069.30129495233
#2  98  98.1372214365826
#3  97  96.5823671379054
#4  70  70.0090036418884
#5  69  68.9118788996835
#6  64  64.4540314320158
#7  55  54.9520766773163
#8  47  47.0583115042611
#9  47  46.5513264129181
#10
 Serbia 
  43  43.3976548574971
#11  30  30.0248282233385
#12
 Latvia 
  29  29.2330807420956
#13  28  27.536231884058
#14  26  25.7128532433529
#15  24  24.378478664193
#16
 Poland 
  23  23.111724137931
#17  21  21.497347537307
#18  19  18.9091680814941
#19  19  18.5788601154748
#20  18  17.595818815331
#21  17  17.2766007120761
#22  17  16.8703622872108
#23  16  15.8683188459404
#24
 Israel 
  16  15.5856074913296
#25
 Cyprus 
  15  15.1063829787234
#26  13  13.2209397181408
#27
 France 
  13  12.6109785202864
#28
 Italy 
  10  10.4006682294614
#29  10  9.80523841504365
#30  10  9.56657612240579
#31  9  9.33889303019009
#32
 Spain 
  9  9.24720563810208
#33  8  8.41073927980659
#34  8  7.68676435263032
#35  7  7.2777555401914
#36
 Sweden 
  7  7.24777295703684
#37
 Norway 
  7  7.07070707070707
#38  7  6.88516527909509
#39
 Malta 
  7  6.87774604125029
#40  6  5.82207731718677

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Footnotes:

Source: UNECE Transport Statistics Database, compiled from national and international official sources.
For definitions, see the Glossary for Transport Statistics.



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