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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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What Causes Car Accidents? Part 4 – Driver Behaviour

In Part 1, 2 & 3 we highlighted the four main factors said to contribute to the vast majority of car accidents. As a reminder here they are again in ascending order: 1. Equipment Failure 2. Roadway Design 3. Poor … Continue reading

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What Causes Car Accidents? Part 2 – Roadway Design

In Part 1 we highlighted the four main factors said to contribute to the vast majority of car accidents. As a reminder here they are again in ascending order: 1. Equipment Failure 2. Roadway Design 3. Poor Roadway Maintenance 4. … Continue reading

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What Causes Car Accidents? Part 1- Equipment Failure

After the world’s first automobile-related fatality, which occurred in London in 1896, the coroner said: “This must never happen again.” Little did he know that from then on, some 25 million people would have died in vehicle-related accidents, according to … Continue reading

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