There were about 2.6 fatal crashes each day.
Approximately 2.8 persons were killed each day.
One person was injured in a crash every 5.0 minutes and killed every 8.6 hours.
There were almost 295 people injured every day.
Of the drivers involved in crashes, 53.0% are males, 42.9% are females, and 4.1% are gender not stated.
Driver error accounts for 86.2% of all crashes, and 95% of all fatal crashes.
64.5% of all crashes occurred during the daylight.
Motor vehicle crashes killed 36 children and injured 8,228 children through age 14.
The most common causes of crashes were following too close, failure to control or yield, driving at unsafe speeds and improper lane changing.
There were 3,964 motorcycle-related crashes in Ohio. 169 people died and 1,064 were seriously injured. Riders were at fault in 74.1% of motorcycle-related fatal crashes.
Alcohol impaired drivers were involved in 4.32% of all crashes, and 36.35% of all fatalities. Male drivers were involved in 72.7% of all alcohol-related crashes.
83.8% of motorists in Ohio use seat belts. The national average is 84%.
In 2011, there were 5,188 work zone crashes in Ohio: 1,875 people were injured and 17 people died.
For more information and detailed data, see Crash Statistic Maps.