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A-MINI-zing Race - April 24, 2021

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You Don't Want To Drive There

The Atlantic discusses a study by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute that mapped global road fatalities by country.

According to the article, the study discovered, in part:
Here is the map of driving fatality rates per capita, with the most deadly countries (led by Namibia) in red and the safest countries (led by the Maldives) in green. The world average is 18 fatalities from a car accident per 100,000 individuals. The U.S. is just under that figure—at 14, compared to Australia (7) and the U.K. (5).