Orlando Florida Defensive Driving Course Traffic School

Take a Florida DHSMV approved defensive driving course in Orlando, Florida. The course is 100% online and will help you dismiss your ticket and reduce insurance rates.

Written by DriveSafeToday Updated April 05, 2021
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Orlando Defensive Driving Course

Your next session of Orlando traffic school is going to be easier than you think, and ready when you are. That’s because at Drive Safe Today, we pride ourselves on providing you with the best of the best.

State Approval – Each of our courses is approved by the Florida Department of Safety and Motor Vehicles so you know you’re getting an accredited course that will provide you with the services you need.

Low Cost – We make sure you can afford the courses that you need by providing them at a low cost and with no hidden fees. That way, you’re able to start the course in no time.

Proven Results – The people who take our courses are just like you and they give us feedback on the quality of our courses all the time. We know that they’re passing the exam and getting the results they expect.

Instant Certificate – You’ll be able to print out a certificate of completion for your course and exam instantly, which means you can immediately prove that you’ve done as required and you’re ready for the rewards.

Free Trial – If you aren’t totally sure about our services you can sign up for a free trial to test out any of the courses before you buy. That way, you don’t have to worry about whether it’s going to work for you or not. 

 

What You’ll Get From Our Orlando Traffic School

We offer several different course and exam options that are designed to get you on the road in no time at all. Whether you’re looking to get your learner’s permit for the first time or you need a course to get your license back, we have what you’re looking for. 

 

First-Time Driver Courses

The first of our courses are first first-time driver’s who are ready to get their learner’s permit (or maybe a little more than ready). If you’re taking driver’s training you’ll need to take a Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education Course, and we have it all ready for you. 

You’ll learn all about the different laws that are important when you’re driving, as well as some of the additional things you should know about substance abuse as a new driver or even as an experienced driver in the Florida area.

We also offer a permit exam, which will complete your driver’s education course and get you ready to drive entirely on your own. When you finish this exam you’ll be ready to head down to the DMV to pick up your permit and start driving!

 

Driver Improvement Courses

For those who need a little bit of help with their driving there are options for you too. These are the driver improvement courses that will help you get a break on some of your restrictions, points or citations from the courts or DMV. Or they could help you get a break from your car insurance company.

The Basic Driver Improvement Course is the one to take if you have a standard infraction or if you’re looking to get a discount on your car insurance. It provides you with some of the basic information you’ll need in order to improve your driving and cut down on some of the costs associated with less than stellar driving.

The Intermediate Driver Improvement Course is designed to help those who have even more infractions on their record or who need a little bit more help to get the court on your side with your driving record. You may need this course if you’ve had multiple traffic violations in a short amount of time. 

 

Taking the Right Orlando Defensive Driving Course

If you’re not sure which course you need, take a look at some of the specific requirements. 

-The basic driver education course is for those who have a traffic citation or violation, are ordered by the court or DMV to complete the course or who want to improve their car insurance rates. 

-The intermediate driver education course is for those who have multiple traffic citations or violations in a 12 month period or are ordered by the court or DMV to complete the course.

-The permit exam is for those who are between the ages of 14 years, 6 months and 18 years and who need to take an exam upon completion of a driver’s education course in order to get their learner’s permit.

-The traffic law and substance abuse education course is for those who are working on their driver’s education course and need additional credits in order to meet the requirements for their learner’s permit and to take the permit exam.

 

Why Work With Our Orlando Traffic School

If you’re still not sure about working with us or any online company, take a look at some of the benefits that you can expect. We’ve already mentioned some of the things that we have to offer, but it’s also more than that. Because online courses give you even more.

-24/7 access whenever it’s convenient for you

-Access on the go, wherever it’s convenient for you

-Access via desktop, laptop, mobile phone, tablet or other mobile device

-No classrooms, teachers or textbooks

With all of these benefits you can definitely see why it’s a good idea to take your driving courses online. Even more than that, you can take them with us and get all of the benefits that you would expect and then some. 

Driver’s courses don’t have to be difficult. And they don’t have to be long. You can take any of our classes in a single day if you choose to, and you’ll be able to pass any of them just that fast too. That’s because all but our permit exam come with a guaranteed pass. You get to take the exam as many times as it takes to pass it.

Just fill out your information and get started on the course of your choice right now. You can even check out a free trial to make sure it’s exactly what you’re looking for, before you begin. 

Persons Killed, by STATE and Highest Driver Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) in Crash - State : Florida, Year : 2018


BAC = Blood Alcohol Concentration Of The Driver
State BAC .00 BAC .01-.07 BAC .08+ BAC .01+ Total Drivers Involved In Fatal Crashes
State Total Drivers Involved In Fatal Crashes
BAC .00 BAC .01-.07 BAC .08+ BAC .01+
Alabama 654 (69 %) 49 (5 %) 246 (26 %) 295 (31 %) 953 (100 %)
Alaska 44 (55 %) 7 (9 %) 29 (36 %) 36 (45 %) 80 (100 %)
Arizona 655 (65 %) 50 (5 %) 285 (28 %) 334 (33 %) 1,010 (100 %)
Arkansas 343 (66 %) 38 (7 %) 134 (26 %) 172 (33 %) 516 (100 %)
California 2,322 (65 %) 166 (5 %) 1,069 (30 %) 1,235 (35 %) 3,563 (100 %)
Colorado 411 (65 %) 31 (5 %) 188 (30 %) 219 (35 %) 632 (100 %)
Connecticut 162 (55 %) 17 (6 %) 115 (39 %) 132 (45 %) 294 (100 %)
Delaware 76 (68 %) 8 (7 %) 28 (25 %) 35 (32 %) 111 (100 %)
District of Columbia 21 (66 %) 2 (5 %) 9 (29 %) 11 (34 %) 31 (100 %)
Florida 2,175 (69 %) 135 (4 %) 814 (26 %) 950 (30 %) 3,133 (100 %)
Georgia 1,054 (70 %) 72 (5 %) 375 (25 %) 447 (30 %) 1,504 (100 %)
Hawaii 71 (61 %) 10 (9 %) 35 (30 %) 45 (38 %) 117 (100 %)
Idaho 165 (72 %) 8 (4 %) 58 (25 %) 66 (28 %) 231 (100 %)
Illinois 653 (63 %) 66 (6 %) 309 (30 %) 375 (36 %) 1,031 (100 %)
Indiana 587 (68 %) 39 (5 %) 227 (26 %) 266 (31 %) 858 (100 %)
Iowa 218 (68 %) 13 (4 %) 85 (27 %) 98 (31 %) 318 (100 %)
Kansas 306 (76 %) 9 (2 %) 88 (22 %) 96 (24 %) 404 (100 %)
Kentucky 552 (76 %) 31 (4 %) 137 (19 %) 169 (23 %) 724 (100 %)
Louisiana 516 (67 %) 35 (5 %) 216 (28 %) 251 (33 %) 768 (100 %)
Maine 88 (64 %) 8 (6 %) 42 (30 %) 49 (36 %) 137 (100 %)
Maryland 346 (69 %) 32 (6 %) 122 (24 %) 154 (31 %) 501 (100 %)
Massachusetts 214 (59 %) 24 (7 %) 120 (33 %) 145 (40 %) 360 (100 %)
Michigan 649 (67 %) 56 (6 %) 267 (27 %) 323 (33 %) 974 (100 %)
Minnesota 251 (66 %) 20 (5 %) 105 (28 %) 126 (33 %) 381 (100 %)
Mississippi 466 (70 %) 35 (5 %) 163 (25 %) 198 (30 %) 664 (100 %)
Missouri 639 (69 %) 39 (4 %) 240 (26 %) 279 (30 %) 921 (100 %)
Montana 95 (52 %) 8 (4 %) 79 (43 %) 87 (48 %) 182 (100 %)
Nebraska 152 (66 %) 12 (5 %) 66 (29 %) 78 (34 %) 230 (100 %)
Nevada 220 (67 %) 22 (7 %) 87 (26 %) 110 (33 %) 330 (100 %)
New Hampshire 92 (63 %) 7 (5 %) 48 (33 %) 55 (37 %) 147 (100 %)
New Jersey 404 (72 %) 35 (6 %) 125 (22 %) 159 (28 %) 564 (100 %)
New Mexico 251 (64 %) 30 (8 %) 108 (28 %) 138 (35 %) 391 (100 %)
New York 580 (61 %) 53 (6 %) 307 (33 %) 361 (38 %) 943 (100 %)
North Carolina 952 (66 %) 61 (4 %) 421 (29 %) 482 (34 %) 1,437 (100 %)
North Dakota 72 (68 %) 4 (4 %) 29 (27 %) 33 (32 %) 105 (100 %)
Ohio 724 (68 %) 45 (4 %) 294 (28 %) 340 (32 %) 1,068 (100 %)
Oklahoma 477 (73 %) 33 (5 %) 145 (22 %) 179 (27 %) 655 (100 %)
Oregon 321 (63 %) 31 (6 %) 153 (30 %) 184 (36 %) 506 (100 %)
Pennsylvania 801 (67 %) 53 (4 %) 334 (28 %) 387 (33 %) 1,190 (100 %)
Rhode Island 34 (57 %) 5 (8 %) 20 (34 %) 25 (43 %) 59 (100 %)
South Carolina 702 (68 %) 44 (4 %) 291 (28 %) 335 (32 %) 1,037 (100 %)
South Dakota 80 (62 %) 5 (4 %) 45 (35 %) 50 (38 %) 130 (100 %)
Tennessee 752 (72 %) 46 (4 %) 243 (23 %) 289 (28 %) 1,041 (100 %)
Texas 1,965 (54 %) 235 (6 %) 1,439 (40 %) 1,673 (46 %) 3,642 (100 %)
Utah 190 (73 %) 9 (3 %) 61 (23 %) 70 (27 %) 260 (100 %)
Vermont 45 (66 %) 8 (12 %) 15 (23 %) 23 (34 %) 68 (100 %)
Virginia 534 (65 %) 45 (6 %) 240 (29 %) 285 (35 %) 820 (100 %)
Washington 351 (64 %) 30 (5 %) 166 (30 %) 195 (36 %) 546 (100 %)
West Virginia 223 (76 %) 14 (5 %) 57 (19 %) 71 (24 %) 294 (100 %)
Wisconsin 353 (60 %) 36 (6 %) 199 (34 %) 235 (40 %) 588 (100 %)
Wyoming 72 (64 %) 6 (5 %) 34 (30 %) 40 (36 %) 111 (100 %)
USA 24,075 (66 %) 1,878 (5 %) 10,511 (29 %) 12,389 (34 %) 36,560 (100 %)
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Alabama 654 (69 %)
49 (5 %) 246 (26 %) 295 (31 %) 953 (100 %)
Alaska 44 (55 %)
7 (9 %) 29 (36 %) 36 (45 %) 80 (100 %)
Arizona 655 (65 %)
50 (5 %) 285 (28 %) 334 (33 %) 1,010 (100 %)
Arkansas 343 (66 %)
38 (7 %) 134 (26 %) 172 (33 %) 516 (100 %)
California 2,322 (65 %)
166 (5 %) 1,069 (30 %) 1,235 (35 %) 3,563 (100 %)
Colorado 411 (65 %)
31 (5 %) 188 (30 %) 219 (35 %) 632 (100 %)
Connecticut 162 (55 %)
17 (6 %) 115 (39 %) 132 (45 %) 294 (100 %)
Delaware 76 (68 %)
8 (7 %) 28 (25 %) 35 (32 %) 111 (100 %)
District of Columbia 21 (66 %)
2 (5 %) 9 (29 %) 11 (34 %) 31 (100 %)
Florida 2,175 (69 %)
135 (4 %) 814 (26 %) 950 (30 %) 3,133 (100 %)
Georgia 1,054 (70 %)
72 (5 %) 375 (25 %) 447 (30 %) 1,504 (100 %)
Hawaii 71 (61 %)
10 (9 %) 35 (30 %) 45 (38 %) 117 (100 %)
Idaho 165 (72 %)
8 (4 %) 58 (25 %) 66 (28 %) 231 (100 %)
Illinois 653 (63 %)
66 (6 %) 309 (30 %) 375 (36 %) 1,031 (100 %)
Indiana 587 (68 %)
39 (5 %) 227 (26 %) 266 (31 %) 858 (100 %)
Iowa 218 (68 %)
13 (4 %) 85 (27 %) 98 (31 %) 318 (100 %)
Kansas 306 (76 %)
9 (2 %) 88 (22 %) 96 (24 %) 404 (100 %)
Kentucky 552 (76 %)
31 (4 %) 137 (19 %) 169 (23 %) 724 (100 %)
Louisiana 516 (67 %)
35 (5 %) 216 (28 %) 251 (33 %) 768 (100 %)
Maine 88 (64 %)
8 (6 %) 42 (30 %) 49 (36 %) 137 (100 %)
Maryland 346 (69 %)
32 (6 %) 122 (24 %) 154 (31 %) 501 (100 %)
Massachusetts 214 (59 %)
24 (7 %) 120 (33 %) 145 (40 %) 360 (100 %)
Michigan 649 (67 %)
56 (6 %) 267 (27 %) 323 (33 %) 974 (100 %)
Minnesota 251 (66 %)
20 (5 %) 105 (28 %) 126 (33 %) 381 (100 %)
Mississippi 466 (70 %)
35 (5 %) 163 (25 %) 198 (30 %) 664 (100 %)
Missouri 639 (69 %)
39 (4 %) 240 (26 %) 279 (30 %) 921 (100 %)
Montana 95 (52 %)
8 (4 %) 79 (43 %) 87 (48 %) 182 (100 %)
Nebraska 152 (66 %)
12 (5 %) 66 (29 %) 78 (34 %) 230 (100 %)
Nevada 220 (67 %)
22 (7 %) 87 (26 %) 110 (33 %) 330 (100 %)
New Hampshire 92 (63 %)
7 (5 %) 48 (33 %) 55 (37 %) 147 (100 %)
New Jersey 404 (72 %)
35 (6 %) 125 (22 %) 159 (28 %) 564 (100 %)
New Mexico 251 (64 %)
30 (8 %) 108 (28 %) 138 (35 %) 391 (100 %)
New York 580 (61 %)
53 (6 %) 307 (33 %) 361 (38 %) 943 (100 %)
North Carolina 952 (66 %)
61 (4 %) 421 (29 %) 482 (34 %) 1,437 (100 %)
North Dakota 72 (68 %)
4 (4 %) 29 (27 %) 33 (32 %) 105 (100 %)
Ohio 724 (68 %)
45 (4 %) 294 (28 %) 340 (32 %) 1,068 (100 %)
Oklahoma 477 (73 %)
33 (5 %) 145 (22 %) 179 (27 %) 655 (100 %)
Oregon 321 (63 %)
31 (6 %) 153 (30 %) 184 (36 %) 506 (100 %)
Pennsylvania 801 (67 %)
53 (4 %) 334 (28 %) 387 (33 %) 1,190 (100 %)
Rhode Island 34 (57 %)
5 (8 %) 20 (34 %) 25 (43 %) 59 (100 %)
South Carolina 702 (68 %)
44 (4 %) 291 (28 %) 335 (32 %) 1,037 (100 %)
South Dakota 80 (62 %)
5 (4 %) 45 (35 %) 50 (38 %) 130 (100 %)
Tennessee 752 (72 %)
46 (4 %) 243 (23 %) 289 (28 %) 1,041 (100 %)
Texas 1,965 (54 %)
235 (6 %) 1,439 (40 %) 1,673 (46 %) 3,642 (100 %)
Utah 190 (73 %)
9 (3 %) 61 (23 %) 70 (27 %) 260 (100 %)
Vermont 45 (66 %)
8 (12 %) 15 (23 %) 23 (34 %) 68 (100 %)
Virginia 534 (65 %)
45 (6 %) 240 (29 %) 285 (35 %) 820 (100 %)
Washington 351 (64 %)
30 (5 %) 166 (30 %) 195 (36 %) 546 (100 %)
West Virginia 223 (76 %)
14 (5 %) 57 (19 %) 71 (24 %) 294 (100 %)
Wisconsin 353 (60 %)
36 (6 %) 199 (34 %) 235 (40 %) 588 (100 %)
Wyoming 72 (64 %)
6 (5 %) 34 (30 %) 40 (36 %) 111 (100 %)
USA 24,075 (66 %)
1,878 (5 %) 10,511 (29 %) 12,389 (34 %) 36,560 (100 %)
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Note: NHTSA estimates alcohol involvement when alcohol test results are unknown. Total includes fatalities in crashes in which there was no driver or motorcycle rider present.

Persons Killed, by COUNTY and Highest Driver Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) in Crash - State : Florida, Year : 2018


Highest Driver Blood Alcohol Concentration in Crash
County BAC .00 BAC .01-.07 BAC .08+ BAC .01+ Total Drivers Involved In Fatal Crashes
County Total Drivers Involved In Fatal Crashes
BAC .00 BAC .01-.07 BAC .08+ BAC .01+
Blank NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %)
NOT APPLICABLE (000) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %)
ALACHUA (1) 41 (81 %) 1 (1 %) 9 (18 %) 10 (19 %) 51 (100 %)
BAKER (3) 3 (54 %) NA (NA %) 2 (46 %) 2 (46 %) 5 (100 %)
BAY (5) 20 (75 %) 1 (2 %) 6 (23 %) 7 (25 %) 26 (100 %)
BRADFORD (7) 5 (56 %) 3 (37 %) 1 (8 %) 4 (44 %) 9 (100 %)
BREVARD (9) 61 (71 %) 5 (6 %) 19 (23 %) 24 (29 %) 85 (100 %)
BROWARD (11) 171 (72 %) 7 (3 %) 58 (25 %) 65 (27 %) 237 (100 %)
CALHOUN (13) 6 (79 %) NA (NA %) 2 (21 %) 2 (21 %) 8 (100 %)
CHARLOTTE (15) 19 (69 %) 2 (6 %) 6 (22 %) 7 (27 %) 27 (100 %)
CITRUS (17) 25 (68 %) 3 (9 %) 9 (24 %) 12 (32 %) 37 (100 %)
CLAY (19) 13 (69 %) NA (1 %) 6 (31 %) 6 (31 %) 19 (100 %)
COLLIER (21) 25 (56 %) 3 (8 %) 16 (36 %) 19 (44 %) 44 (100 %)
COLUMBIA (23) 14 (69 %) 2 (8 %) 5 (23 %) 7 (31 %) 21 (100 %)
DE SOTO (27) 8 (51 %) NA (3 %) 7 (46 %) 7 (49 %) 15 (100 %)
DIXIE (29) 1 (50 %) NA (NA %) 1 (50 %) 1 (50 %) 2 (100 %)
DUVAL (31) 89 (62 %) 8 (6 %) 45 (31 %) 53 (37 %) 143 (100 %)
ESCAMBIA (33) 45 (68 %) 2 (3 %) 19 (28 %) 21 (32 %) 66 (100 %)
FLAGLER (35) 12 (80 %) NA (NA %) 3 (20 %) 3 (20 %) 15 (100 %)
FRANKLIN (37) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) 1 (100 %) 1 (100 %) 1 (100 %)
GADSDEN (39) 8 (68 %) 1 (8 %) 3 (23 %) 4 (32 %) 12 (100 %)
GILCHRIST (41) 6 (49 %) 2 (17 %) 4 (34 %) 6 (51 %) 12 (100 %)
GLADES (43) 6 (52 %) 2 (15 %) 4 (34 %) 5 (48 %) 11 (100 %)
GULF (45) 3 (70 %) NA (3 %) 1 (28 %) 1 (30 %) 4 (100 %)
HAMILTON (47) 2 (67 %) 1 (33 %) NA (NA %) 1 (33 %) 3 (100 %)
HARDEE (49) 4 (53 %) 1 (13 %) 3 (35 %) 4 (48 %) 8 (100 %)
HENDRY (51) 10 (72 %) NA (1 %) 4 (26 %) 4 (28 %) 14 (100 %)
HERNANDO (53) 25 (79 %) 1 (3 %) 6 (18 %) 6 (21 %) 31 (100 %)
HIGHLANDS (55) 16 (78 %) 1 (3 %) 4 (20 %) 4 (22 %) 20 (100 %)
HILLSBOROUGH (57) 128 (73 %) 9 (5 %) 39 (22 %) 48 (27 %) 176 (100 %)
HOLMES (59) 4 (72 %) NA (NA %) 1 (28 %) 1 (28 %) 5 (100 %)
INDIAN RIVER (61) 23 (71 %) 1 (3 %) 8 (26 %) 9 (29 %) 32 (100 %)
JACKSON (63) 15 (98 %) NA (NA %) NA (2 %) NA (2 %) 15 (100 %)
JEFFERSON (65) 7 (96 %) NA (1 %) NA (3 %) NA (4 %) 7 (100 %)
LAFAYETTE (67) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %)
LAKE (69) 40 (63 %) 3 (5 %) 19 (30 %) 22 (35 %) 63 (100 %)
LEE (71) 61 (65 %) 5 (5 %) 29 (30 %) 33 (35 %) 94 (100 %)
LEON (73) 20 (67 %) 1 (2 %) 9 (31 %) 10 (33 %) 30 (100 %)
LEVY (75) 11 (57 %) NA (2 %) 8 (41 %) 8 (43 %) 19 (100 %)
LIBERTY (77) 1 (50 %) NA (NA %) 1 (50 %) 1 (50 %) 2 (100 %)
MADISON (79) 5 (83 %) NA (NA %) 1 (17 %) 1 (17 %) 6 (100 %)
MANATEE (81) 55 (73 %) 5 (7 %) 16 (21 %) 20 (27 %) 75 (100 %)
MARION (83) 49 (59 %) 3 (3 %) 32 (38 %) 35 (41 %) 84 (100 %)
MARTIN (85) 18 (77 %) 1 (4 %) 4 (18 %) 5 (23 %) 23 (100 %)
MIAMI_DADE(86) 216 (74 %) 10 (3 %) 65 (22 %) 75 (25 %) 293 (100 %)
MONROE (87) 14 (71 %) 2 (10 %) 4 (19 %) 6 (29 %) 20 (100 %)
NASSAU (89) 9 (50 %) 1 (3 %) 8 (47 %) 9 (50 %) 18 (100 %)
OKALOOSA (91) 15 (57 %) 1 (5 %) 10 (38 %) 12 (43 %) 27 (100 %)
OKEECHOBEE (93) 11 (70 %) 1 (7 %) 4 (23 %) 5 (30 %) 15 (100 %)
ORANGE (95) 136 (77 %) 5 (3 %) 36 (21 %) 41 (23 %) 177 (100 %)
OSCEOLA (97) 44 (66 %) 1 (2 %) 21 (32 %) 22 (34 %) 66 (100 %)
PALM BEACH (99) 122 (67 %) 7 (4 %) 52 (29 %) 59 (32 %) 182 (100 %)
PASCO (101) 72 (72 %) 4 (4 %) 24 (24 %) 28 (28 %) 99 (100 %)
PINELLAS (103) 91 (70 %) 6 (5 %) 33 (25 %) 39 (30 %) 130 (100 %)
POLK (105) 94 (76 %) 1 (1 %) 29 (23 %) 29 (24 %) 123 (100 %)
PUTNAM (107) 19 (51 %) 2 (4 %) 17 (45 %) 19 (49 %) 38 (100 %)
ST JOHNS (109) 24 (69 %) 2 (7 %) 8 (24 %) 11 (31 %) 34 (100 %)
ST LUCIE (111) 23 (56 %) 3 (8 %) 15 (37 %) 18 (44 %) 41 (100 %)
SANTA ROSA (113) 17 (74 %) 1 (2 %) 6 (24 %) 6 (26 %) 23 (100 %)
SARASOTA (115) 32 (63 %) 4 (8 %) 15 (29 %) 19 (37 %) 51 (100 %)
SEMINOLE (117) 26 (72 %) 1 (3 %) 9 (25 %) 10 (28 %) 36 (100 %)
SUMTER (119) 20 (78 %) 2 (6 %) 4 (16 %) 6 (22 %) 25 (100 %)
SUWANNEE (121) 11 (54 %) 3 (15 %) 6 (31 %) 9 (46 %) 20 (100 %)
TAYLOR (123) 4 (62 %) 1 (17 %) 1 (22 %) 2 (38 %) 6 (100 %)
UNION (125) 1 (47 %) NA (NA %) 2 (53 %) 2 (53 %) 3 (100 %)
VOLUSIA (127) 77 (73 %) 6 (5 %) 21 (20 %) 27 (25 %) 106 (100 %)
WAKULLA (129) 3 (29 %) NA (1 %) 6 (70 %) 6 (71 %) 9 (100 %)
WALTON (131) 18 (75 %) NA (1 %) 6 (24 %) 6 (25 %) 24 (100 %)
WASHINGTON (133) 6 (60 %) NA (3 %) 4 (37 %) 4 (40 %) 10 (100 %)
OTHER (997) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %)
Not Reported NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %)
UNKNOWN (999) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %)
Total 2,175 (69 %) 135 (4 %) 814 (26 %) 950 (30 %) 3,133 (100 %)
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Blank NA (NA %)
NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %)
NOT APPLICABLE (000) NA (NA %)
NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %)
ALACHUA (1) 41 (81 %)
1 (1 %) 9 (18 %) 10 (19 %) 51 (100 %)
BAKER (3) 3 (54 %)
NA (NA %) 2 (46 %) 2 (46 %) 5 (100 %)
BAY (5) 20 (75 %)
1 (2 %) 6 (23 %) 7 (25 %) 26 (100 %)
BRADFORD (7) 5 (56 %)
3 (37 %) 1 (8 %) 4 (44 %) 9 (100 %)
BREVARD (9) 61 (71 %)
5 (6 %) 19 (23 %) 24 (29 %) 85 (100 %)
BROWARD (11) 171 (72 %)
7 (3 %) 58 (25 %) 65 (27 %) 237 (100 %)
CALHOUN (13) 6 (79 %)
NA (NA %) 2 (21 %) 2 (21 %) 8 (100 %)
CHARLOTTE (15) 19 (69 %)
2 (6 %) 6 (22 %) 7 (27 %) 27 (100 %)
CITRUS (17) 25 (68 %)
3 (9 %) 9 (24 %) 12 (32 %) 37 (100 %)
CLAY (19) 13 (69 %)
NA (1 %) 6 (31 %) 6 (31 %) 19 (100 %)
COLLIER (21) 25 (56 %)
3 (8 %) 16 (36 %) 19 (44 %) 44 (100 %)
COLUMBIA (23) 14 (69 %)
2 (8 %) 5 (23 %) 7 (31 %) 21 (100 %)
DE SOTO (27) 8 (51 %)
NA (3 %) 7 (46 %) 7 (49 %) 15 (100 %)
DIXIE (29) 1 (50 %)
NA (NA %) 1 (50 %) 1 (50 %) 2 (100 %)
DUVAL (31) 89 (62 %)
8 (6 %) 45 (31 %) 53 (37 %) 143 (100 %)
ESCAMBIA (33) 45 (68 %)
2 (3 %) 19 (28 %) 21 (32 %) 66 (100 %)
FLAGLER (35) 12 (80 %)
NA (NA %) 3 (20 %) 3 (20 %) 15 (100 %)
FRANKLIN (37) NA (NA %)
NA (NA %) 1 (100 %) 1 (100 %) 1 (100 %)
GADSDEN (39) 8 (68 %)
1 (8 %) 3 (23 %) 4 (32 %) 12 (100 %)
GILCHRIST (41) 6 (49 %)
2 (17 %) 4 (34 %) 6 (51 %) 12 (100 %)
GLADES (43) 6 (52 %)
2 (15 %) 4 (34 %) 5 (48 %) 11 (100 %)
GULF (45) 3 (70 %)
NA (3 %) 1 (28 %) 1 (30 %) 4 (100 %)
HAMILTON (47) 2 (67 %)
1 (33 %) NA (NA %) 1 (33 %) 3 (100 %)
HARDEE (49) 4 (53 %)
1 (13 %) 3 (35 %) 4 (48 %) 8 (100 %)
HENDRY (51) 10 (72 %)
NA (1 %) 4 (26 %) 4 (28 %) 14 (100 %)
HERNANDO (53) 25 (79 %)
1 (3 %) 6 (18 %) 6 (21 %) 31 (100 %)
HIGHLANDS (55) 16 (78 %)
1 (3 %) 4 (20 %) 4 (22 %) 20 (100 %)
HILLSBOROUGH (57) 128 (73 %)
9 (5 %) 39 (22 %) 48 (27 %) 176 (100 %)
HOLMES (59) 4 (72 %)
NA (NA %) 1 (28 %) 1 (28 %) 5 (100 %)
INDIAN RIVER (61) 23 (71 %)
1 (3 %) 8 (26 %) 9 (29 %) 32 (100 %)
JACKSON (63) 15 (98 %)
NA (NA %) NA (2 %) NA (2 %) 15 (100 %)
JEFFERSON (65) 7 (96 %)
NA (1 %) NA (3 %) NA (4 %) 7 (100 %)
LAFAYETTE (67) NA (NA %)
NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %)
LAKE (69) 40 (63 %)
3 (5 %) 19 (30 %) 22 (35 %) 63 (100 %)
LEE (71) 61 (65 %)
5 (5 %) 29 (30 %) 33 (35 %) 94 (100 %)
LEON (73) 20 (67 %)
1 (2 %) 9 (31 %) 10 (33 %) 30 (100 %)
LEVY (75) 11 (57 %)
NA (2 %) 8 (41 %) 8 (43 %) 19 (100 %)
LIBERTY (77) 1 (50 %)
NA (NA %) 1 (50 %) 1 (50 %) 2 (100 %)
MADISON (79) 5 (83 %)
NA (NA %) 1 (17 %) 1 (17 %) 6 (100 %)
MANATEE (81) 55 (73 %)
5 (7 %) 16 (21 %) 20 (27 %) 75 (100 %)
MARION (83) 49 (59 %)
3 (3 %) 32 (38 %) 35 (41 %) 84 (100 %)
MARTIN (85) 18 (77 %)
1 (4 %) 4 (18 %) 5 (23 %) 23 (100 %)
MIAMI_DADE(86) 216 (74 %)
10 (3 %) 65 (22 %) 75 (25 %) 293 (100 %)
MONROE (87) 14 (71 %)
2 (10 %) 4 (19 %) 6 (29 %) 20 (100 %)
NASSAU (89) 9 (50 %)
1 (3 %) 8 (47 %) 9 (50 %) 18 (100 %)
OKALOOSA (91) 15 (57 %)
1 (5 %) 10 (38 %) 12 (43 %) 27 (100 %)
OKEECHOBEE (93) 11 (70 %)
1 (7 %) 4 (23 %) 5 (30 %) 15 (100 %)
ORANGE (95) 136 (77 %)
5 (3 %) 36 (21 %) 41 (23 %) 177 (100 %)
OSCEOLA (97) 44 (66 %)
1 (2 %) 21 (32 %) 22 (34 %) 66 (100 %)
PALM BEACH (99) 122 (67 %)
7 (4 %) 52 (29 %) 59 (32 %) 182 (100 %)
PASCO (101) 72 (72 %)
4 (4 %) 24 (24 %) 28 (28 %) 99 (100 %)
PINELLAS (103) 91 (70 %)
6 (5 %) 33 (25 %) 39 (30 %) 130 (100 %)
POLK (105) 94 (76 %)
1 (1 %) 29 (23 %) 29 (24 %) 123 (100 %)
PUTNAM (107) 19 (51 %)
2 (4 %) 17 (45 %) 19 (49 %) 38 (100 %)
ST JOHNS (109) 24 (69 %)
2 (7 %) 8 (24 %) 11 (31 %) 34 (100 %)
ST LUCIE (111) 23 (56 %)
3 (8 %) 15 (37 %) 18 (44 %) 41 (100 %)
SANTA ROSA (113) 17 (74 %)
1 (2 %) 6 (24 %) 6 (26 %) 23 (100 %)
SARASOTA (115) 32 (63 %)
4 (8 %) 15 (29 %) 19 (37 %) 51 (100 %)
SEMINOLE (117) 26 (72 %)
1 (3 %) 9 (25 %) 10 (28 %) 36 (100 %)
SUMTER (119) 20 (78 %)
2 (6 %) 4 (16 %) 6 (22 %) 25 (100 %)
SUWANNEE (121) 11 (54 %)
3 (15 %) 6 (31 %) 9 (46 %) 20 (100 %)
TAYLOR (123) 4 (62 %)
1 (17 %) 1 (22 %) 2 (38 %) 6 (100 %)
UNION (125) 1 (47 %)
NA (NA %) 2 (53 %) 2 (53 %) 3 (100 %)
VOLUSIA (127) 77 (73 %)
6 (5 %) 21 (20 %) 27 (25 %) 106 (100 %)
WAKULLA (129) 3 (29 %)
NA (1 %) 6 (70 %) 6 (71 %) 9 (100 %)
WALTON (131) 18 (75 %)
NA (1 %) 6 (24 %) 6 (25 %) 24 (100 %)
WASHINGTON (133) 6 (60 %)
NA (3 %) 4 (37 %) 4 (40 %) 10 (100 %)
OTHER (997) NA (NA %)
NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %)
Not Reported NA (NA %)
NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %)
UNKNOWN (999) NA (NA %)
NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %) NA (NA %)
Total 2,175 (69 %)
135 (4 %) 814 (26 %) 950 (30 %) 3,133 (100 %)
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Note: NHTSA estimates alcohol involvement when alcohol test results are unknown. Total includes fatalities in crashes in which there was no driver or motorcycle rider present.

2018 Traffic Fatalities by STATE and Percent Change from 2017 - State : Florida


State 2018 2017 Percent Change
Alabama 953 948 1
Alaska 80 79 1
Arizona 1,010 998 1
Arkansas 516 525 -2
California 3,563 3,884 -8
Colorado 632 648 -2
Connecticut 294 281 5
Delaware 111 119 -7
District of Columbia 31 31 0
Florida 3,133 3,116 1
Georgia 1,504 1,540 -2
Hawaii 117 107 9
Idaho 231 245 -6
Illinois 1,031 1,090 -5
Indiana 858 916 -6
Iowa 318 330 -4
Kansas 404 461 -12
Kentucky 724 782 -7
Louisiana 768 770 0
Maine 137 173 -21
Maryland 501 558 -10
Massachusetts 360 347 4
Michigan 974 1,031 -6
Minnesota 381 358 6
Mississippi 664 685 -3
Missouri 921 932 -1
Montana 182 186 -2
Nebraska 230 228 1
Nevada 330 311 6
New Hampshire 147 102 44
New Jersey 564 624 -10
New Mexico 391 380 3
New York 943 1,006 -6
North Carolina 1,437 1,412 2
North Dakota 105 116 -9
Ohio 1,068 1,179 -9
Oklahoma 655 657 0
Oregon 506 439 15
Pennsylvania 1,190 1,137 5
Rhode Island 59 84 -30
South Carolina 1,037 989 5
South Dakota 130 129 1
Tennessee 1,041 1,024 2
Texas 3,642 3,732 -2
Utah 260 273 -5
Vermont 68 69 -1
Virginia 820 839 -2
Washington 546 563 -3
West Virginia 294 304 -3
Wisconsin 588 613 -4
Wyoming 111 123 -10
USA 36,560 37,473 -2
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2018 Traffic Fatalities by COUNTY and Percent Change from 2017 - State : Florida


County 2018 2017 Percent Change
Blank 0 0 0
NOT APPLICABLE (000) 0 0 0
ALACHUA (1) 51 55 -7
BAKER (3) 5 7 -29
BAY (5) 26 29 -10
BRADFORD (7) 9 7 29
BREVARD (9) 85 83 2
BROWARD (11) 237 226 5
CALHOUN (13) 8 1 700
CHARLOTTE (15) 27 27 0
CITRUS (17) 37 31 19
CLAY (19) 19 21 -10
COLLIER (21) 44 23 91
COLUMBIA (23) 21 20 5
DE SOTO (27) 15 15 0
DIXIE (29) 2 4 -50
DUVAL (31) 143 151 -5
ESCAMBIA (33) 66 51 29
FLAGLER (35) 15 33 -55
FRANKLIN (37) 1 1 0
GADSDEN (39) 12 19 -37
GILCHRIST (41) 12 4 200
GLADES (43) 11 13 -15
GULF (45) 4 9 -56
HAMILTON (47) 3 9 -67
HARDEE (49) 8 12 -33
HENDRY (51) 14 9 56
HERNANDO (53) 31 34 -9
HIGHLANDS (55) 20 18 11
HILLSBOROUGH (57) 176 191 -8
HOLMES (59) 5 10 -50
INDIAN RIVER (61) 32 28 14
JACKSON (63) 15 18 -17
JEFFERSON (65) 7 4 75
LAFAYETTE (67) 0 5 -100
LAKE (69) 63 48 31
LEE (71) 94 113 -17
LEON (73) 30 34 -12
LEVY (75) 19 23 -17
LIBERTY (77) 2 3 -33
MADISON (79) 6 2 200
MANATEE (81) 75 54 39
MARION (83) 84 90 -7
MARTIN (85) 23 25 -8
MIAMI_DADE(86) 293 285 3
MONROE (87) 20 18 11
NASSAU (89) 18 18 0
OKALOOSA (91) 27 32 -16
OKEECHOBEE (93) 15 13 15
ORANGE (95) 177 188 -6
OSCEOLA (97) 66 55 20
PALM BEACH (99) 182 162 12
PASCO (101) 99 107 -7
PINELLAS (103) 130 119 9
POLK (105) 123 112 10
PUTNAM (107) 38 26 46
ST JOHNS (109) 34 42 -19
ST LUCIE (111) 41 41 0
SANTA ROSA (113) 23 19 21
SARASOTA (115) 51 49 4
SEMINOLE (117) 36 48 -25
SUMTER (119) 25 23 9
SUWANNEE (121) 20 14 43
TAYLOR (123) 6 13 -54
UNION (125) 3 4 -25
VOLUSIA (127) 106 130 -18
WAKULLA (129) 9 7 29
WALTON (131) 24 21 14
WASHINGTON (133) 10 10 0
OTHER (997) 0 0 0
Not Reported 0 0 0
UNKNOWN (999) 0 0 0
Total 3,133 3,116 1
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2018 Ranking of STATE Pedestrian Fatality Rates - State : Florida

Rank State Pedestrians Killed Population(Thousands) PFR
Rank State
Pedestrians Killed Population (Thousands) PFR
1 New Mexico 83 2,095 3.96
2 Louisiana 164 4,660 3.52
3 Florida 704 21,299 3.31
4 Arizona 237 7,172 3.30
5 South Carolina 165 5,084 3.25
6 Hawaii 42 1,420 2.96
7 Mississippi 88 2,987 2.95
8 Nevada 79 3,034 2.60
9 Georgia 261 10,519 2.48
10 Delaware 23 967 2.38
11 California 893 39,557 2.26
12 Alabama 107 4,888 2.19
13 North Carolina 225 10,384 2.17
14 Texas 612 28,702 2.13
15 Maryland 128 6,043 2.12
16 Arkansas 62 3,014 2.06
17 Tennessee 136 6,770 2.01
18 New Jersey 173 8,909 1.94
19 Oregon 80 4,191 1.91
20 Alaska 14 737 1.90
21 Indiana 114 6,692 1.70
22 Connecticut 60 3,573 1.68
23 Kentucky 73 4,468 1.63
24 District of Columbia 11 702 1.57
25 Colorado 89 5,696 1.56
26 Missouri 95 6,126 1.55
27 Pennsylvania 197 12,807 1.54
28 Oklahoma 60 3,943 1.52
29 Michigan 142 9,996 1.42
30 Montana 15 1,062 1.41
31 Virginia 118 8,518 1.39
32 Washington 102 7,536 1.35
33 New York 262 19,542 1.34
34 Illinois 165 12,741 1.30
35 Nebraska 24 1,929 1.24
36 West Virginia 22 1,806 1.22
37 Utah 36 3,161 1.14
38 South Dakota 10 882 1.13
39 Massachusetts 78 6,902 1.13
40 Ohio 127 11,689 1.09
41 Wyoming 6 578 1.04
42 Kansas 29 2,912 1.00
43 Idaho 17 1,754 0.97
44 Wisconsin 56 5,814 0.96
45 Vermont 6 626 0.96
46 North Dakota 6 760 0.79
47 Minnesota 42 5,611 0.75
48 Iowa 22 3,156 0.70
49 New Hampshire 9 1,356 0.66
50 Rhode Island 7 1,057 0.66
51 Maine 7 1,338 0.52
USA 6,283 327,167 1.92
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1 New Mexico
83 2,095 3.96
2 Louisiana
164 4,660 3.52
3 Florida
704 21,299 3.31
4 Arizona
237 7,172 3.30
5 South Carolina
165 5,084 3.25
6 Hawaii
42 1,420 2.96
7 Mississippi
88 2,987 2.95
8 Nevada
79 3,034 2.60
9 Georgia
261 10,519 2.48
10 Delaware
23 967 2.38
11 California
893 39,557 2.26
12 Alabama
107 4,888 2.19
13 North Carolina
225 10,384 2.17
14 Texas
612 28,702 2.13
15 Maryland
128 6,043 2.12
16 Arkansas
62 3,014 2.06
17 Tennessee
136 6,770 2.01
18 New Jersey
173 8,909 1.94
19 Oregon
80 4,191 1.91
20 Alaska
14 737 1.90
21 Indiana
114 6,692 1.70
22 Connecticut
60 3,573 1.68
23 Kentucky
73 4,468 1.63
24 District of Columbia
11 702 1.57
25 Colorado
89 5,696 1.56
26 Missouri
95 6,126 1.55
27 Pennsylvania
197 12,807 1.54
28 Oklahoma
60 3,943 1.52
29 Michigan
142 9,996 1.42
30 Montana
15 1,062 1.41
31 Virginia
118 8,518 1.39
32 Washington
102 7,536 1.35
33 New York
262 19,542 1.34
34 Illinois
165 12,741 1.30
35 Nebraska
24 1,929 1.24
36 West Virginia
22 1,806 1.22
37 Utah
36 3,161 1.14
38 South Dakota
10 882 1.13
39 Massachusetts
78 6,902 1.13
40 Ohio
127 11,689 1.09
41 Wyoming
6 578 1.04
42 Kansas
29 2,912 1.00
43 Idaho
17 1,754 0.97
44 Wisconsin
56 5,814 0.96
45 Vermont
6 626 0.96
46 North Dakota
6 760 0.79
47 Minnesota
42 5,611 0.75
48 Iowa
22 3,156 0.70
49 New Hampshire
9 1,356 0.66
50 Rhode Island
7 1,057 0.66
51 Maine
7 1,338 0.52
USA
6,283 327,167 1.92
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Note: NHTSA estimates alcohol involvement when alcohol test results are unknown. Total includes fatalities in crashes in which there was no driver or motorcycle rider present.

2018 Ranking of COUNTY Pedestrian Fatality Rates - State : Florida

Rank County Pedestrians Killed Population(Thousands) PFR
Rank County
Pedestrians Killed Population (Thousands) PFR
1 ALACHUA (1) 10 - -
2 BAKER (3) 1 - -
3 BAY (5) 7 - -
4 BRADFORD (7) 2 - -
5 BREVARD (9) 13 - -
6 BROWARD (11) 71 - -
7 CALHOUN (13) 0 - -
8 CHARLOTTE (15) 5 - -
9 CITRUS (17) 5 - -
10 CLAY (19) 6 - -
11 COLLIER (21) 6 - -
12 COLUMBIA (23) 4 - -
13 DE SOTO (27) 1 - -
14 DIXIE (29) 0 - -
15 DUVAL (31) 34 - -
16 ESCAMBIA (33) 23 - -
17 FLAGLER (35) 2 - -
18 FRANKLIN (37) 0 - -
19 GADSDEN (39) 1 - -
20 GILCHRIST (41) 1 - -
21 GLADES (43) 0 - -
22 GULF (45) 0 - -
23 HAMILTON (47) 0 - -
24 HARDEE (49) 1 - -
25 HENDRY (51) 3 - -
26 HERNANDO (53) 5 - -
27 HIGHLANDS (55) 0 - -
28 HILLSBOROUGH (57) 52 - -
29 HOLMES (59) 0 - -
30 INDIAN RIVER (61) 4 - -
31 JACKSON (63) 4 - -
32 JEFFERSON (65) 1 - -
33 LAFAYETTE (67) 0 - -
34 LAKE (69) 10 - -
35 LEE (71) 22 - -
36 LEON (73) 8 - -
37 LEVY (75) 3 - -
38 LIBERTY (77) 0 - -
39 MADISON (79) 1 - -
40 MANATEE (81) 12 - -
41 MARION (83) 10 - -
42 MARTIN (85) 1 - -
43 MIAMI_DADE(86) 106 - -
44 MONROE (87) 2 - -
45 NASSAU (89) 1 - -
46 OKALOOSA (91) 6 - -
47 OKEECHOBEE (93) 1 - -
48 ORANGE (95) 55 - -
49 OSCEOLA (97) 9 - -
50 PALM BEACH (99) 40 - -
51 PASCO (101) 18 - -
52 PINELLAS (103) 37 - -
53 POLK (105) 22 - -
54 PUTNAM (107) 6 - -
55 ST JOHNS (109) 8 - -
56 ST LUCIE (111) 6 - -
57 SANTA ROSA (113) 2 - -
58 SARASOTA (115) 6 - -
59 SEMINOLE (117) 6 - -
60 SUMTER (119) 5 - -
61 SUWANNEE (121) 2 - -
62 TAYLOR (123) 0 - -
63 UNION (125) 0 - -
64 VOLUSIA (127) 30 - -
65 WAKULLA (129) 1 - -
66 WALTON (131) 2 - -
67 WASHINGTON (133) 4 - -
Total 704 - -
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1 ALACHUA (1)
10 - -
2 BAKER (3)
1 - -
3 BAY (5)
7 - -
4 BRADFORD (7)
2 - -
5 BREVARD (9)
13 - -
6 BROWARD (11)
71 - -
7 CALHOUN (13)
0 - -
8 CHARLOTTE (15)
5 - -
9 CITRUS (17)
5 - -
10 CLAY (19)
6 - -
11 COLLIER (21)
6 - -
12 COLUMBIA (23)
4 - -
13 DE SOTO (27)
1 - -
14 DIXIE (29)
0 - -
15 DUVAL (31)
34 - -
16 ESCAMBIA (33)
23 - -
17 FLAGLER (35)
2 - -
18 FRANKLIN (37)
0 - -
19 GADSDEN (39)
1 - -
20 GILCHRIST (41)
1 - -
21 GLADES (43)
0 - -
22 GULF (45)
0 - -
23 HAMILTON (47)
0 - -
24 HARDEE (49)
1 - -
25 HENDRY (51)
3 - -
26 HERNANDO (53)
5 - -
27 HIGHLANDS (55)
0 - -
28 HILLSBOROUGH (57)
52 - -
29 HOLMES (59)
0 - -
30 INDIAN RIVER (61)
4 - -
31 JACKSON (63)
4 - -
32 JEFFERSON (65)
1 - -
33 LAFAYETTE (67)
0 - -
34 LAKE (69)
10 - -
35 LEE (71)
22 - -
36 LEON (73)
8 - -
37 LEVY (75)
3 - -
38 LIBERTY (77)
0 - -
39 MADISON (79)
1 - -
40 MANATEE (81)
12 - -
41 MARION (83)
10 - -
42 MARTIN (85)
1 - -
43 MIAMI_DADE(86)
106 - -
44 MONROE (87)
2 - -
45 NASSAU (89)
1 - -
46 OKALOOSA (91)
6 - -
47 OKEECHOBEE (93)
1 - -
48 ORANGE (95)
55 - -
49 OSCEOLA (97)
9 - -
50 PALM BEACH (99)
40 - -
51 PASCO (101)
18 - -
52 PINELLAS (103)
37 - -
53 POLK (105)
22 - -
54 PUTNAM (107)
6 - -
55 ST JOHNS (109)
8 - -
56 ST LUCIE (111)
6 - -
57 SANTA ROSA (113)
2 - -
58 SARASOTA (115)
6 - -
59 SEMINOLE (117)
6 - -
60 SUMTER (119)
5 - -
61 SUWANNEE (121)
2 - -
62 TAYLOR (123)
0 - -
63 UNION (125)
0 - -
64 VOLUSIA (127)
30 - -
65 WAKULLA (129)
1 - -
66 WALTON (131)
2 - -
67 WASHINGTON (133)
4 - -
Total
704 - -
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Note: NHTSA estimates alcohol involvement when alcohol test results are unknown. Total includes fatalities in crashes in which there was no driver or motorcycle rider present.
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