U.S. Driver Fatality Rates Rise for Third Consecutive Month

For the third consecutive month, U.S. motorists are driving less, but dying more often, according to early estimates from the National Safety Council. The NSC revealed that with May’s data accounted for from all 50 states, despite the fact that most of the country was in some form of lockdown, the fatality rate per miles driven rose again. The organization revealed that the number of miles traveled by drivers fell 25.5% compared with May 2019…