The U.S. Department of Transportation has issued a new report, and it’s not pretty.
The report from the National Transportation Safety Board says a new study suggests that the number of accidents and injuries caused by driver error is rising, and that more people are becoming aware of how dangerous their own vehicles can be.
The NTSB said the findings are part of an ongoing national trend of driver errors that are leading to crashes.
The report said that while drivers are not solely responsible for crashes, they are the primary cause of the accidents and fatalities.
“The safety of all drivers is our top priority,” NTSB Chairwoman Deborah Hersman said.
“Safety is a human responsibility.
It is a matter of life and death.
We are committed to improving the safety of our communities and our economy.”
In addition to the accidents, the report says the majority of accidents are caused by drivers who have a history of unsafe driving behavior.
The study says drivers who make more than $100,000 a year are responsible for nearly three quarters of all crashes.
The authors say the increase in drivers is being driven by a changing landscape of modern transportation technology, which makes it easier to get around.
It’s also driven by an increasingly sophisticated and sophisticated driver, with advanced electronic devices, new vehicles, and technology like self-driving cars, the study says.
The study also notes that some people are choosing to drive more slowly or at slower speeds because they are concerned about the risk of an accident.