Stafford receives safety accolade analyzed traffic data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to create an interactive map displaying the safest cities for drivers in the United States, and Stafford is ranked number 5 in TX for fewest traffic fatalities!

To use this data in an article, you can send your readers directly to the map and “Quick Facts” card for Stafford using this link:

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were 6.1 million police-reported crashes in 2014 (the most current available data).

• 32,675 people were killed and 2.3 million injured in motor vehicle crashes

• 31% of fatalities were alcohol-related

• 28% were caused by speeding

• 10% of fatalities were caused by distracted driving

Even though traffic fatality rates are dropping, those numbers are still alarming. So where’s the good news? Stafford, TX is one of the safest cities for drivers in the U.S.

Your readers would be pretty shocked at the data surrounding traffic fatalities across the country, and it’s important to know how your city ranks against others in the country.

Are you interested in being among the first to share this exclusive data with your readers?

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