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Road crashes have a severe impact on business efficiency

2 October 2008

Official figures reveal more than 30,000 cars were involved in at-work accidents last year, a figure almost unchanged in the past 12 months.

Data contained in the Department for Transport’s newly published ‘Road Casualty Statistics Great Britain : 2007 Annual Report’ reveals that at least 27.1% of the 334,966 vehicles involved in crashes were being driven either on a work-related journey or on a commute. That compares with 26.7% of the 348,059 vehicles in 2006. More here.

Story from Fleet News here.

DFT Road Casualties Great Britain 2007 can be found here.

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