|Large-truck driver||Passenger vehicle driver|
|Number of factors||Percent||Number of factors||Percent|
|Driver-related factor(s) listed||658||24.6||2,200||82.3|
|No driver-related factor listed||2,018||75.5||473||17.7|
|Failure to yield right-of-way||313||11.7||527||19.7|
|Driving too fast for conditions or speeding||109||4.1||438||16.4|
|Failure to keep in proper lane||101||3.8||698||26.1|
|Failure to obey traffic signs/devices||75||2.8||300||11.2|
|Inattentive (talking, eating, etc)||13||0.5||130||4.9|
|Running off road||32||1.2||135||5.1|
|Making other improper turn||31||1.2||64||2.4|
|Drowsy, sleepy, asleep, fatigued||25||0.9||68||2.5|
|Avoiding, swerving or sliding due to ice, snow, etc.||17||0.6||58||2.2|
|Driving on wrong side of road||15||0.6||90||3.4|
NOTE: Total number of large-truck and passenger car drivers involved in two-vehicle, large-truck/passenger car crashes in 2000 = 5,461.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) database, available at http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov/, as of April 2002.