Reported ATV-Related Fatalities (by State)

ATVs with 3, 4, or Unknown Number of Wheels 

Reported for the Period January 1, 1982 through December 31, 2016

State

Reported Deaths 1982–2013

Cumulative Percent of U.S. Reported Deaths
1982
2013

Reported Deaths (Ongoing Reporting)
2014-2016*

 

Total Reported Deaths* (Including Ongoing Reporting)

 

 

 

 

TEXAS

735

6%

70

805

CALIFORNIA

677

11%

37

714

WEST VIRGINIA

673

16%

80

753

PENNSYLVANIA

665

21%

70

735

KENTUCKY

603

25%

72

675

FLORIDA

536

29%

60

596

TENNESSEE

524

33%

50

574

NEW YORK

456

37%

40

496

NORTH CAROLINA

441

40%

45

486

MICHIGAN

422

43%

31

453

OHIO

410

46%

52

462

GEORGIA

405

49%

17

422

MISSOURI

381

52%

49

430

ARKANSAS

379

55%

18

397

MISSISSIPPI

370

58%

46

416

WISCONSIN

334

60%

49

383

ALABAMA

310

63%

39

349

MINNESOTA

310

65%

27

337

LOUISIANNA

304

67%

28

332

ILLINOIS

276

70%

33

309

ARIZONA

262

71%

20

282

VIRGINIA

248

73%

32

280

INDIANA

243

75%

33

276

OKLAHOMA

231

77%

39

270

OREGON

218

79%

20

238

UTAH

218

80%

19

237

IDAHO

214

82%

36

250

COLORADO

193

83%

17

210

WASHINGTON

180

85%

16

196

ALASKA

174

86%

27

201

SOUTH CAROLINA

168

87%

30

198

IOWA

164

88%

25

189

KANSAS

158

90%

10

168

MAINE

150

91%

13

163

NEBRASKA

130

92%

10

140

MONTANA

121

93%

21

142

NEW MEXICO

121

94%

23

144

NEVADA

108

94%

12

120

MARYLAND

99

95%

21

120

NEW JERSEY

92

96%

12

104

NORTH DAKOTA

86

97%

7

93

SOUTH DAKOTA

86

97%

10

96

MASSACHUSETTS

78

98%

10

88

VERMONT

72

98%

10

82

NEW HAMPSHIRE

68

99%

5

73

WYOMING

63

99%

3

66

CONNECTICUT

46

100%

4

50

HAWAII

19

100%

3

22

DELAWARE

10

100%

0

10

RHODE ISLAND

9

100%

1

10

WASHINGTON, D.C.

6

100%

0

6

PUERTO RICO

5

100%

0

5

 

Source: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission: Directorate for Epidemiology/Division of Hazard Analysis.
Note: State rankings are based on ATV-related fatality counts for the period 1982–2013.
*Italicized data (columns 4 and 5) denote the years for which reporting is ongoing (2014-2016)."The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is providing the abovementioned information on state laws for your convenience. CPSC is expressing no opinion on any of these various requirements. To ensure full compliance with the laws in your state, CPSC recommends that ATV owners and riders check with their state government or legislative officials for a detailed list of off-road vehicle laws and regulations."