What Are The Top Causes Of Car Accidents?

It doesn’t matter who you are or where you are driving, every time you get behind the wheel, there is a chance you could be involved in a car accident. This does not mean you should stay off the road altogether. It does, however, mean that you should do whatever it takes to remain safe at all times.

Knowing the top causes of car accidents can go a long way in helping you avoid trouble. Here are three causes that lead to thousands of injuries and deaths every year in the United States:

– Drunk driving. Drunk drivers do not have the ability to make sound decisions. Subsequently, they often cause accidents that harm others.

– Speeding. If everybody on the road would obey the speed limit, there would be fewer accidents every day throughout the United States. Unfortunately, this is not the case now and never will be in the future. There are always people who are in a hurry, regardless of if they are driving in the city or on the highway.

– Distracted driving. From texting to talking with passengers to eating, there are many things that can distract a driver. If you take your eyes off the road, even if only for a couple seconds, the chance of causing an accident is much greater.

These may be the top causes of car accidents, but there are other situations to be aware of as well. If you want to lessen the likelihood of being involved in a crash, don’t drink and drive, speed or drive when distracted.

Source: Drivers.com, “Top 3 Causes of Car Accidents in America,” accessed Sep. 15, 2015

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