More than 600 people die in collisions each year. Collisions of all types have gone up 45% from 1980 to 2002. Costs the State and estimated $5.6 billion annually for motor vehicle collisions. The number of accidents primarily occur on state highways. Most serious accidents occur on county roads. The youth drivers demographic (16-20) have the highest rate of fatal collision. Top three fatal accident contributors: Lane errors (43%), Alcohol (30%), Speeding (24%) Only 1.4% of accidents involve motorcycles. 12% of fatal accidents involve motorcycles. 11% of fatal accidents involve pedestrians.