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This article is devoted to the development of a model for the analysis of traffic accidents in the Republic of Uzbekistan, taking into account the level of motorization and population. And also, statistical data of a road traffic accident throughout the country is processed to determine the forecast of a possible accident rate using the model of prof. R. Smid. In conclusion, a comparison of the methods for predicting the fatalities in road accidents is provided.

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