Table 9 - consequences of Tread Separation of subject Tires On Various types of Vehicle*

Firestone claims database as of march 2001
Vehicle Group Claims Crashes Safety Risk
Total Rollover Non-Fatal Injury Crashes Fatal Crashes Crashes Fatal Crashes Rollovers
(per 100 claims) (per 100 crashes)
Explorer/Mount/ Navajo 2,287 220 149 167 53 9.6 2.3 67.7
Other Compact SUV's 151 17 9 9 1 11.3 0.7 52.9
Large SUV's 104 7 4 4 1 6.7 1 57.1
ALL SUV's 2,542 244 162 180 55 9.6 2.2 66.4
Ranger/B Series 66 5 1 1 0 7.6 0 20
Other Small Size P/U's 73 1 1 1 0 1.4 0 100
Full Size P/U's 820 16 3 8 1 2 0.1 18.8
ALL P/U's 959 22 5 10 1 2.3 0.1 22.7



Table 10 - consequences of Tread Separation of subject Tires On Various types of Vehicle*

ODI Database as of September 5, 2001
Vehicle Group Reports Crashes Safety Risk
Total Rollover Non-Fatal Injury Crashes Fatal Crashes Crashes Fatal Crashes Rollovers
(per 100 Reports) (per 100 crashes)
Explorer/Mount/Navajo 2,197 343 254 260 78 15.7 3.6 74.1
Other Compact SUV's 114 16 11 12 4 14 3.5 68.8
Large SUV's 161 10 5 5 2 6.2 1.2 50
ALL SUV's 2,472 369 270 277 84 14.9 3.4 73.2
Ranger/B Series 231 16 9 5 1 6.9 0.4 56.3
Other Small Size P/U's 44 3 2 3 0 6.8 0 66.7
Full Size P/U's 405 12 3 3 1 3 0.2 25
ALL P/U's 680 31 14 11 2 4.6 0.3 45.2

This Table includes non-duplicative reports to ODI from consumers and safetyforum.com and incidents derived from the Fatal Analysis Reporting System (FARS). It does not include the Firestone claims database or complaint data received from Ford or State Farm.