The report says that 63 percent of unrestrained passenger vehicle fatalities come from occupants aged 25 to 34. People from ages 21 to 24 land in the second spot at 61 percent. The 60 percent figure from people aged 16 to 20 is tied with those 35 to 44. Additionally, the total number of deaths based on gender shows that men are about twice as likely as women to die in an accident while unrestrained. About 56 percent of men who suffered fatalities are found to not have used seat belts while 43 percent of these deaths involved women. Moreover, passengers in the back seat have a higher fatality rate at 63 percent while only 50 percent of drivers are killed.
The report also implies that people who are driving unrestrained in pickup trucks have the most fatalities at 64 percent, but passenger fatalities are even higher at 68 percent. SUV drivers and passengers come next with 57 percent and 64 percent respectively. Meanwhile, 47 percent of drivers killed in vans without wearing seatbelts, and passengers die at 53 percent. With passenger cars, there are still more fatalities in passengers than drivers.