In October 2020, 218 people were killed on French roads, in France mainland or in French overseas territories.
In the context of the health crisis at Covid19 , a second containment was put in place from 30 October 2020.
In France Mainland, 199 people died on the roads in October 2020, 58 fewer than in September 2019. The estimated number of fatalities is lower than last year for car users (108 killed or 31 less), motorized two-wheelers users (32 killed or 27 less) and cyclists (7 killed or 11 less). The number of pedestrian fatalities is increasing but remains low for the season (38 estimated fatalities).
In French Overseas, road fatalities in October 2020 are lower than last year, with 19 people killed.