In just 2019, there were approximately 33,244 fatal vehicle crashes in the United States, which all resulted in 36,096 lives lost. Stunningly, most of these fatal crashes all involved the same type of vehicle. The Chevrolet Silverado was not only involved in nearly 30% of these fatal accidents during this short period of time, but it proved to be the most dangerous vehicle on the road in 30 of the 50 states. From TitleMax, this infographic analyzed accident data from 2016-2020 (via the National Highway Safety Administration) to determine what vehicles were involved in the most fatal car crashes in the United States. According to the data, it was determined that the three most dangerous vehicles on the road during this time were the Chevrolet Silverado (8,777 fatal accidents), the Ford F-150 (7,502 fatal accidents) and the Honda Accord (5,368 fatal accidents). Of the 25 vehicle models listed, these were the only three to be involved in more than 5,300 crashes during this time.