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The most important road safety facts to be aware of

Facts and statistics can be very useful for increasing awareness, especially when it comes to road safety. It's important that we are aware of the reality of road travel so that we can make safer choices about how we use the roads.

The following are some key statistics about road safety in the United States. Hopefully they will make you more aware of the importance of road safety, and they will empower you to ensure that those driving dangerously get justice.

Road crash statistics in the United States

Sadly, more than 38,000 people in the United States die every year due to car crashed. That means that 12.4 people die on the roads for every 100,000 people in the United States. In addition to these tragic deaths, 4.4 million more people are injured in car accidents and require medical attention. The United States is involved in more road crash accidents than any other high-income country.

How to prevent road crashes

If all drivers followed the laws in place regarding speed limits, alcohol impairment rules, seat-belt use, and child restraints, the number of fatalities and car accidents would be significantly reduced. Investing in safe vehicles and being informed on how to act in the event of a car accident can also help reduce the number of car accident fatalities.

If you become involved in a car accident, you will need to ensure that fault is correctly established. This will help you to ensure that you are able to gain the damages that you deserve, from the covering of medical bills to compensation for the pain and suffering caused.

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