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Solutions For The High Rate Of Road And Car Accident Rates In Third World Countries

Because of their relatively greater numbers in developing countries, children represent a much greater proportion of road and car accident casualties than they do in developed countries. Thus a comparison of the age distribution of people in developed and developing … Continue reading

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Are There More Car Accidents In Third World Cities Compared To Developed Cities

Car Accidents happen everyday all around the world. Studies in the West have revealed the main cause of car accidents is driver behaviour, whilst other factors that cause car accidents may also include: road maintenance, car maintenance and road design. … Continue reading

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Factors Influencing Car Accidents In Third World Countries

The factors influencing car accidents varies considerably between Third World Cities and Developed Citis. There are different reasons for this, which we’ll examine in this article. In researching road and car accidents in developing countries it has, in the past, … Continue reading

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Car Accidents, Colour And Time Of Day

When choosing a car one might consider many factors like style, speed, trend, safety and colour. Mot would not think that the last two safety and colour are linked any way. Research shows they are and there thee is a … Continue reading

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Car Colour And Its Impact On Car Accidents

When you’re choosing which car to buy you may just choose the colour that looks the nicest, or perhaps your favourite colour. Maybe you’re one of the people that really doesn’t care so just chooses whichever colour the dealer has … Continue reading

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Car Accidents And The Elderly – What Can Be Done To Address The Problem?

As people live longer we have an increased number of older drivers on the road. Generally speaking older people are cautious drivers…sometimes too cautious. I’m sure there has been at least one occasion where you have muttered under your breath … Continue reading

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Some Signs Of Unsafe Driving That Lead To Car Accidents Amongst The Elderly

You are in your regular city rush to get somewhere and you are stuck behind an old biddy going 5MPH less than the speed limit. It seems as if they are intentionally crawling along like a snail and all you … Continue reading

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Car Accidents Amongst Pension-Age Drivers

The general consensus is young drivers are more likely to be involved in a car accident. Inexperience and young driver behaviour, namely: speed and DUI are some of the main causes for young people being involved in car accidents. More … Continue reading

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Car Accidents: The Human Element

A number of factors contribute to the risk of a car accident including; vehicle design, speed of operation, road design, road environment, driver skill and/or impairment and driver behaviour. Worldwide car accidents lead to death and disability as well as … Continue reading

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Safety Features In Vehicles That Reduce Injury And Death In Car Accidents

Many people own cars and if not they often travel in them. With cars come car accidents. In the past car accidents were more deadly as cars were less safe. These days even though car accidents have decreased slightly driver … Continue reading

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