21% of teen drivers involved in a car accident
were distracted by cellphones.
Distraction is the leading cause of accidents.
The increased usage of cellphones has caused people to become less focused while driving.
Applying makeup, moving objects, eating and zoning out are other distractions that may put your safety at risk.
Speeding killed 9,117 people in the U.S. in 2017.
Speeding is the second most common cause of accidents in the U.S.
Speeding may seem a fun activity to you or it may seem the only option when you’re running late. However, in reality, it’s one of the worst things you could do while driving. It can lead to a fatal accident.
Breaking Traffic Rules
Failing to stop at red lights/stop signs and not knowing how traffic circles work can cause serious accidents.
It’s vital to be aware of all the traffic rules to minimize risks.
939 People were killed by vehicles running red lights.
Serious collisions occur when there is insufficient distance between two vehicles.
It’s important to maintain a safe distance so that you don’t bump into the other car if it stops or turns suddenly.
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