Air Travel Accident (1-in-20,000)
Although people are generally far more terrified of flying than going on a road trip, it should be noted once again that flying is not only just a little bit safer than driving, it’s hundreds of times safer than driving (#6).
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), drowning is the third leading cause of unintentional death worldwide claiming hundreds of thousands of lives annually.
Including deaths due to lightning and capital punishment, electrocution claims about 1,000 lives in the United States annually with most of these being related to on-the-job injuries.
Bicycle Accident (1-in-4,717)
Usually when someone dies riding a bicycle it involves a motorist of some sort, and generally speaking, in countries where more people ride bicycles it is much safer to do so.
Natural Forces (1-in-3,357)
This includes lightning, tornados , floods, tsunamis, earthquakes, and any other natural disaster as a catch-all statistic to give you an idea of how likely you are to perish as a result of mother nature’s wrath.