The most popular craft in America has a problem, and it’s not just because the prices are so damn high.

It’s a problem that the craft industry, along with many other industries, is struggling to solve.

A $100 million car crash, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is more than the price of a $60,000 house, but less than the value of a house for its entire life.

And that’s before you factor in the economic impact on families that could be left to fend for themselves.

The most common reason for a car crash in the United States is a driver not paying attention.

In 2014, there were more than 1.6 million car crashes in the U.S., according to NHTSA, and an estimated 50,000 people died in those crashes.

The median age of a driver in 2014 was 34, with nearly half of those accidents involving males under the age of 45.

According to the American Automobile Association, a car accident costs an average of $15,000, but that number can vary dramatically based on the size of the vehicle involved, the condition of the driver, the age and gender of the victim, and other factors.

A crash can also be caused by distracted driving, which includes a driver texting, watching a video or playing a video game on their phone.

It can also result from a combination of distracted driving and driving too fast.

While those causes are still relatively uncommon, a recent report found that more than one in five drivers involved in a fatal car crash are distracted.

Drivers are also at a higher risk for crash-related illnesses, according the National Safety Council.

The number of people dying from injuries caused by crash-caused car crashes is more that the number of deaths caused by traffic accidents.

Driving is also a major cause of death for teens.

Between 2003 and 2014, the number killed by a car, pedestrian, or cyclist in the age group of 15 to 19 was approximately 1,000.

That number increased by more than 30 percent between 2014 and 2015, according for a report released in December by the National Transportation Safety Board.

And while there is a growing awareness among the general public about the dangers of driving while distracted, there are still too many people who don’t know how to handle the car when they get behind the wheel, said Michael Mancuso, president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

“We have a very large population of people that don’t even know how much they are going to be injured, they don’t understand what they are doing,” Manciso said.

The crash problem is a national one.

According a 2015 study from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, nearly two-thirds of all auto accidents involve drivers not paying enough attention.

Drives that are distracted also contribute to the crash problem.

The crash risk is greatest when a driver is distracted by watching a movie, listening to a radio or texting, according a study published in 2015 by the Insurance Information Institute.

And the number one cause of deaths among teen drivers is also the number that is most often cited by insurance companies when they write up claims.

According for a study by the Institute for Justice, distracted driving killed an estimated 14,500 children under age 16 in 2014, which is almost double the number reported by the U;S.

Department of Transportation in 2012.

In 2014, a record-breaking 20,000 children died in car crashes, and that number is expected to continue to grow in the future.

In an effort to help prevent the crash crisis, the National Motorists Association is asking drivers to use common sense when it comes to checking their phones and making sure they are paying attention when they drive.

The group has set up a website where drivers can submit their own safety tips.

The group also is trying to help the industry by raising awareness about the car crash problem, including offering a free Crash Awareness Certification course that drivers can take.