How much greater is the probability that a motorcyclist will die in a motor vehicle crash compared to the occupants of a car? 10 times greater 20 times greater
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How much greater is the probability that a motorcyclist will die in a motor vehicle crash compared to the occupants of a car?
10 times greater
20 times greater
35 times greater
10 times greater
20 times greater
35 times greater
1 Answer

1. User Answers roundadworthy
Answer:
The correct answer is 27 times greater.
Explanation:
According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration National Center for Statistics and Analysis, "per vehicle miles traveled in 2017, motorcyclist fatalities occurred nearly 27 times more frequently than passenger car occupant fatalities in traffic crashes." (Taken from Traffic Safety Facts  August 2019 edition, directly from NHTSA website).
The correct answer is 27 times greater.