Lytx has released its third annual “State of the Data” report, which reveals the riskiest states and roadways for the U.S. trucking industry, along with the riskiest days and times and trends in risky driving behaviors.
This year’s report is based on over 10 million risky driving incidents captured by Lytx trucking clients in 2020, the company says. Some of the findings include:
- The riskiest states for trucking fleets were California, Washington, Texas, Oregon and Georgia, while Allentown, Pennsylvania, appeared on the list of riskiest roads for the third year in a row.
- Lytx trucking clients saw the greatest improvements from 2019 with behaviors including: late response, following distance, red light, unsafe lane change and drowsy driving.
- Risky behaviors on the rise from 2019 included: posted speed violations, incomplete stop at stop signs, and failure to stop at stop signs.
To read the full report, click here.