• Road traffic accidents involving alcohol per 100 000 (Line chart)
  • Road traffic accidents involving alcohol per 100 000 (Bar chart)
  • Road traffic accidents involving alcohol per 100 000 (Map)
  • Road traffic accidents involving alcohol per 100 000 (Boxplot chart)
Data set notes
European Health for All database

Indicators: 611
Updated: 15 June 2018
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The following abbreviations are used in the indicator titles:
•    SDR: age-standardized death rates (see HFA-DB user manual/Technical notes, page 13, for details)
•    FTE: full-time equivalent
•    PP: physical persons
•    PPP$: purchasing power parities expressed in US $, an internationally comparable scale reflecting the relative domestic purchasing powers of currencies.

Indicator notes
Road traffic accidents involving alcohol per 100 000
Indicator code: E170701.T This indicator shares the definition with the parent indicator \"Number of road traffic accidents involving alcohol\".

Road traffic accidents involving one or more persons under the influence of alcohol. Accidents involving personal injury are included. Accidents with only material damage are not included. Definition of roadtraffic accident according to the Inland Transport Committee of the UN Economic Commission for Europe. From 2002 the data source is the ECE, Statistics of Road Traffic Accidents in Europe, ECE, Geneva._
Country notes
Austria
The national data for 1998 is based on a blood alcohol % of 0.8. In the past the national data was
0.5%. The ususal source of data for this indicator isThe Statistics of Road Traffic Accidents in
Europe, ECE.
Belgium
Source: BIV (Belgian Institute for Traffic Security).

New source: Belgium Institute for Road Safety.
Estonia
Estonian Statistics no. 12, 1995, 1994. Statistical Office of Estonia.

January 2001: Data for 1985 and 1990-98 include all persons under the influence of alcohol.
Finland
Source: Alcohol and drup statistics. Source from 1998: Stakes. Intoxicants Statistical Yearbook
Germany
Source: German Health Monitoring System
Israel
Data refer to road traffic accidents involving one or more persons where the driver was accused in
driving under the influence of alcohol. Data does not include accidents under the influence of
alcohol where the driver has been accused for other articles of the law. Source: The Israeli police.
Italy
January 2000
Source: ISTAT
Slovenia
Ministry of the Interior of Slovenia, Ljubljana 1996 (Road traffic accidents database of Slovenia).
Comments:From 1.1.94 the methodology of gathering data was changed. Persons are considered to be
under the influence of alcohol only when the alco-test is positive.
Sweden
Def:Road traffic accidents with personal injury, reported to police, drivers suspected to be under
influence of alcohol. Source: Traffic Injuries Official Statistics of Sweden, Statistics Sweden.
Turkey
August 2001: Data up to 1998 are based on data received from the Ministry of Health. From 1999
UNECE is used as the data source