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 (Photo: Dmitry Kalinovsky/Shutterstock) Impaired driving surged in 2020. According to the NHTSA, in March 2020, 21.3% of vehicle fatalities involved alcohol, which increased to 26.9% by mid-July.  (Photo: Dmitry Kalinovsky/Shutterstock)

Traffic and auto accidents plummeted in 2020, but U.S. roads and highways didn’t become any safer. Despite the drop in driving, the number of vehicular deaths per miles traveled rose throughout the U.S. in 2020.

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