Number of road fatalities above EU average
In 2019, Hungary registered 62 road traffic fatalities per one million inhabitants, according to data by statistical agency Eurostat.
In the EU as a whole, there were 51 road traffic victims per million inhabitants.
Compared with the population of each member state, the lowest rates in 2019 were observed in Sweden (22 road traffic victims per million inhabitants), Ireland (29), Malta (32), the Netherlands and Denmark (both 34), ahead of Germany and Spain (both 37).
At the opposite end of the scale, the highest rates were recorded in Romania (96 per million inhabitants), Bulgaria (90), Poland (77), and Croatia (73).
Chart by Eurostat.
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