Reasons Why Car Crashes Happen

Ever wonder why there are always car accident/crashes in news you watched or you might even less care. However, it is alarming when a car crash may result to death and you may wonder am I good driver?

Ever wonder why there are always car accident/crashes in news you watched or you might even less care. However, it is alarming when a car crash may result to death and you may wonder am I good driver?

1. Driving under the influence of alcohol- this might not be surprising for some because mostly this is the main reason why some car accidents happen. Most of the time after having fun in a bar or attending a birthday of their colleague they’ll still thinking of extending their enjoyment through driving and risking their precious lives or maybe you’ve found out that your favorite actress/singer have been arrested because of drunk driving or known as “DUI”. Lindsay Lohan is guilty doing this and all people know where it got her.

2. Over fatigue- long drives after work or driving without a break is a big no because you might misjudge the traffic situations and may loss your concentration and suddenly you’re not realizing that you are frequently yawning and becomes sleepy and by that you may be involve in a car crash.

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Driving under the influence of drugs- Taking recommended prescribed amounts of several drugs together, which individually do not cause impairment, may combine to bring on drowsiness or other impairment and that is the same scenery when you take illegal drugs.

4. Aggressive and Careless driver- traffic situations can sometimes be frustrating so you become agitated and aggressively changing lanes frequently or in an unsafe manner and intentionally preventing another driver from moving their vehicle. Driving while texting is also an indication of carelessness that is the same thing when you combine driving with eating and reading the newspaper, books, maps or other documents,

5. Speeding- maybe through this it reduces the amount of time you need from getting to your destination but it also increases the risk of crashing and makes the crash more severe when this happen. When speed increases from 40 mph to 60 mph, the energy released in a crash is doubled and some may result to death.

6. Weather- heavy rains, snowstorm, high winds and fog can make driving more difficult and have the trouble of seeing the road clearly so it is better to pull off the road to a rest stop, slow down while driving, avoid overtaking or wait until the condition of the weather improves.
 


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