Forum
Free news
FREE blog
Donate
Search
Subscribe
jews/911
Feedback
dna
Gun poll
RCC
AIDS
Home
Fathers
Surveys
Holocaust
IQ
14th Amdt
19th Amdt
Israelites
NWO
Homicide
Blacks
Whites
Signatory
Talmud
Watchman
Gaelic
Traitors
Health?
 
Male Drivers and Public
Safety
88.6% of all accidents today could be avoided
if all drivers had the demonstrated safety record per 100 Million miles
of California's male drivers. ^{See
Calculations below for Chart}
Male:Female Accident Ratio
in California if Males Drive 87% of Miles

California Drivers 
Male 
Female 
Total 
Female:Male Ratio 
Percent of all California Drivers in Accidents 
6.4% 
4.5% 
5.5% 
.7:1 
Total California Drivers 
8,919,394 
8,620,952 
17,540,346 
.97:1 
Drivers/Year in Accidents 
570,841 
387,943 
958,784 
.68:1 
Miles/Year Driven 
229.7 Billion 
34.3 Billion 
264 Billion 
.41:1 
Accidents Per 100 Million Miles 
248.5 
1,131 
363.2 
4.55:1 
IF ALL DRIVERS HAD THE SAFETY
RECORD OF CALIFORNIA'S MALE DRIVERS: 




Miles/Year Driven 
264 Billion 
0 
264 Billion 
0 
Accidents Per 100 Million Miles 
41.5 
0 
41.5 
0 
Drivers/Year in Accidents 
109,576 
0 
109,576 
0 





Reduction in Drivers/Year Involved in Accidents 


849,208 (or 88.6%) 


CALCULATIONS FOR CHART
Some accidents involve only one driver and some involve 3 or more,
a rough average of 2 drivers per accident, giving us (958,784 accidents
divided by 2 drivers/accident), or 479,392 accidents per year. The
probability of a male having an accident is X, and the probability of a
female having an accident as noted above is 4.55 times that, or 4.55X.
A = male:male accident = X x X = X^{2}
B = female:female accident = 4.55X x 4.55X = 20.7X^{2}
C = female:male accident = 4.55X x X = 4.55X^{2}
A + B + C = 479,392 = 26.25X^{2}
X^{2}= 18,262.6
X = 135.1
A = 18,262.6
B = 378,306
C= 83,095
If the probability per mile of an accident of all of the B drivers
were the same as the A drivers, then the number of B accidents would have
been 18,262.6 rather than 378,306, which is 360,043.4 less. If all
the C drivers had the same probability of having an accident as the A drivers,
then the number of C accidents would have been 18,262.6 rather than
83,0954, which is 64,832.4 less. Instead of 479,392 accidents, if
drivers B & C had had the same skill as drivers A, there would have
been only 54,787.8 accidents, which is 424,604.2, or 88.6%, fewer accidents,
and 849,208 fewer drivers involved in accidents. This is an accident
rate of (109,576/264 Billion) or 41.5 per 100M miles.
 
