Table 2

People with non-fatal injuries,* rate ratios (RR) for injured people per driver,† and 95% confidence intervals (CI) for RRs by driver age and road user type, 1993–97

Injured drivers of passenger vehiclesInjured passengers in same vehicle as driverInjured occupants in other passenger vehicles: two-vehicle crashesInjured non-occupants: One-auto crashes‡
Driver age groupsWeightedRawRR95% CIWeightedRawRR95% CIWeightedRawRR95% CIWeightedRawRR95% CI
*Police reports of incapacitating and visible non-incapacitating injuries from GES (1993–97).
†Denominators for rates were weighted drivers from 1995 NPTS multiplied by five, except for ages 30–34, for whom 1995 Federal Highway Administration licensure data were multiplied by five.
‡Non-occupants include pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorcyclists.
§Reference group is ages 30–59 combined.
16–1959798578473.723.37 to 4.1239768153335.304.76 to 5.9046847360962.912.63 to 3.224446513432.432.06 to 2.87
20–245865638,4902.532.29 to 2.7930771544912.842.55 to 3.1646862168192.021.83 to 2.225191816641.971.68 to 2.31
25–294844357,1331.671.51 to 1.8524546935581.811.62 to 2.034270736,6701.471.33 to 1.624188514171.271.06 to 1.51
30–34§4148336,3331.00§22815633211.00§4009846,7211.00§4369414561.00§
35–39§3803515,62119115028043715276207426421357
40–44§3119974,59913534419873091785282363701145
45–49§2285803497874881292234211397626735902
50–54§166988250565704959182169311519440660
55–59§120589186250861731129680227316043481
60–649922314750.690.60 to 0.78403665940.600.51 to 0.7010398316550.720.64 to 0.81137734100.840.67 to 1.04
65–6910055514380.680.60 to 0.78394455610.570.49 to 0.6710226014480.690.61 to 0.78122383940.730.57 to 0.93
70–749047612770.730.64 to 0.84370925220.640.55 to 0.768984112370.730.64 to 0.82112583390.800.64 to 1.01
75+14508319801.161.02 to 1.31501766640.860.73 to 1.0013836617891.100.98 to 1.24444654430.930.74 to 1.16