Hawaii has a population of just over 5.8 million people and the state’s transportation system is one of the nation’s largest.
But Hawaii also has a lot of challenges: The state has a relatively low percentage of cars on the road, and it has one of its worst vehicle emissions rates in the country.
The state’s average annual greenhouse gas emissions are less than half the national average, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.
In 2017, the state reported 6,800 vehicle accidents.
Hawaii’s Department of Public Safety estimates there are about 1.3 million accidents per year, which translates to about a 9.8% rate of fatalities.
According to the state, a large percentage of the accidents are caused by people driving too fast or going too fast on the freeway, and the road conditions also affect the speed at which cars are moving.
In some cases, the driver is unable to slow down enough, which can lead to a crash.
For instance, a study released in 2016 found that the average speed at a traffic light is 40 miles per hour, and many of the fatalities in Hawaii involve cars that have a high top speed.
In the study, researchers compared the number of deaths and injuries due to car accidents to the number and severity of other road traffic deaths in the state.
The study found that about 40% of the total deaths in Hawaii were caused by speeding drivers, and about 60% were caused when the driver went too fast.