According to the DMV, in 2005 there were 253,000 traffic accidents involving 376,000 drivers in Florida. This resulted in 3,257 deaths (about the same as 9/11) and 227,000 injuries. Today there about 15.5 million passenger cars and trucks in Florida. Strange as it sounds, with certain policies in place over the next decade, it will be technically feasible to drop these numbers by 80% by the mid–2020s, and end the highway carnage, and save people at least 80% of the cost of transportation. How can that be possible? read more.