America’s Favorite Motor Vehicle Most Deadly of 2017: NHTSA

New data from the National Highway Traffic Administration’s annual report shows slightly less people died on U.S. roads last year. Overall, 37,133 died in 2017, down 1.8% compared with 37,806 in 2016 .

However, fatalities increased for SUV occupants (3%) and crashes involving large trucks (9%).

The full report breaks down fatalities by vehicle type, location, age and other contributing factors.