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Why is Distracted Driving a Problem, Especially for Teen Drivers?

The list of distractions that drivers must contend with on the road continues to grow, as smartphones, music, podcasts, and even billboards all compete for the attention of those behind the wheel. In the current era, it’s hard enough for adults to stay focused while driving - let alone teenagers. Unfortunately, all too often this results in serious injuries caused by distracting driving accidents.

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Why Do Car Crashes Happen? 2020’s Rise in Fatalities Explained

In 2020, a record low number of cars were on the road. At the same time, a high record number of fatal crashes occurred. Preliminary data from the National Safety Council shows that an estimated 42,060 people died in motor vehicle accidents in 2020, which is an 8% increase from 2019. This sharp increase in fatalities during historically mild traffic conditions has left road safety officials wondering: “Why do car crashes happen when our roads are emptier than ever before?”  

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Can Biden’s Infrastructure Plan Reduce Bad Car Accidents?

In the decades that followed the invention of the automobile, bad car accidents increasingly became a hazard in the United States, with deaths per capita rising steadily before reaching a plateau in the 1970s. By the early ‘90s, motor vehicle fatalities had declined significantly (largely due to safety improvements such as airbags, which have been reported to reduce driver deaths by roughly 11%).

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2021 Vision Zero Report: Sacramento Traffic Accidents & Data

In 2016, the California Office of Traffic Safety found that Sacramento traffic accidents had caused 2,878 recorded injuries and deaths, ranking first in the state per capita for injuries and fatalities as a result of dangerous driving. Breaking down the data further, it was found that every three days someone was killed or seriously injured in Sacramento as a result of a traffic collision.

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What to Expect Physically After a Car Accident

No two car accidents are the same, which means the injuries from a car accident also depend on the collision. Even a minor fender bender resulting in whiplash can have a long-term physical impact, and you might walk away feeling relatively okay, only to discover a few days later that your knee isn’t holding up like it used to. In more serious accidents, the damage can be extensive and debilitating.

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