Car Accident Causes
Despite government efforts to cut down the number of cars used by the British public, cars firmly remain the nation’s favourite/preferred method of transport.According to government statistics there are over 30 million cars on Britain’s roads, with more people than ever carrying a full driving license (71% of the UK population), despite rising fuel prices, road tax costs, and other car ownership expenses.
With more and more cars being driven everyday across the country, it’s no surprise that the number of accidents involving cars and other vehicles continues to increase year-by-year. The majority of the 3.5 million car accidents that occur on Britain ’s roads each year are due to basic human error.
Other factors which can cause a car accident include road maintenance and faulty vehicles.
The 3 causes of car accidents:
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