U.S. highway vehicle fires: civilian injuries 1980-2018

This statistic shows the total number of civilian injuries caused by highway vehicle fires in the United States from 1980 to 2018. In 2018, there were around 181,500 highway vehicle fires reported in the United States which caused 1,300 civilian injuries.

Number of civilian injuries caused by highway vehicle fires in the United States from 1980 to 2018

Number of injuries
1980 2,850
1981 2,900
1982 3,250
1983 3,400
1984 3,250
1985 3,250
1986 2,850
1987 2,900
1988 2,750
1989 2,750
1990 3,025
1991 2,675
1992 2,750
1993 2,400
1994 2,325
1995 2,275
1996 2,075
1997 1,950
1998 2,050
1999 1,600
2000 1,325
20011,750
2002 1,700
2003 1,400
2004 1,300
2005 1,450
2006 1,075
2007 1,500
2008 850
2009 1,455
2010 1,440
2011 1,020
2012 800
2013 925
20141,275
20151,550
20161,075
20171,370
20181,300
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Source

Release date

September 2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

1980 to 2018

Supplementary notes

Highway vehicles include any vehicle designed to operate normally on highways, such as automobiles, motorcycles, buses, trucks, and trailers, but not manufactured homes on foundations.
Values are estimates.
Figures from prior to 2018 were taken from previous editions of the report.

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