Vehicles and drivers

Motor vehicles on Britain’s roads and those who drive them: how many there are, who are they and how they are involved in collisions.

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What is rurality?

In England the 2011 rural-urban classification, produced by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), provides a rural/urban view of datasets at output area (OA), super output

An introduction to IMD

The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) is an overall relative measure of deprivation. This is constructed by combining different domains of deprivation according to their respective

Introduction to insurance data

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) collects data from motor insurers. Whilst members have free access, non-members must pay a subscription fee to access the data.

Vehicle fields in STATS19

STATS19 is a code designating the protocol which outlines information to be collected whenever an injury crash is reported to the Police. This code is also frequently used to refer

Driving licence data

Driving licence data is helpful in understanding the number of people who hold licences of different categories, as well as the demographics of those who hold

DVLA vehicle data

Each vehicle in the UK is assigned a Vehicle Registration Mark (VRM) and this is recorded in the STATS19 data. This can be used to check

Contributory factors

Contributory factors are available to complete on the STATS19 form only when a police officer attends a collision. There are 78 Contributory Factors. (CF’s) Each contributory

Injury-based reporting and severity adjustments

CRaSH Collision Recording and sharing system. This is a centralised system used by some police forces to record road traffic collisions COPA Case Overview Preparation Application.

Health Data (HES and TARN)

Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) data has been used historically by the Department for Transport (DfT) to compliment STATS19 reporting. The DfT have carried out HES data

National Travel Survey

The National Travel Survey (NTS) which can be found here is used by the Government to develop its transport policy and make sure transport plans meet England's travel needs. The NTS collects statistics and data, based on a household survey to monitor trends in personal travel. The survey collects...