Who doesn’t love a long drive? Many drivers love open highways where they can speed up a notch. However, where vehicles are speeding up, car crashes are also more likely to occur.
Car accidents are among the leading causes of death, not just in the United States, but worldwide. Around 90 people die from car crashes in the United States alone, every day. In the first nine months of 2020, despite the Coronavirus pandemic and the lockdowns, more than 28,000 people died in car crashes across the country.
Accidents can happen all too suddenly, and they can happen anywhere. Whether you are driving down a quiet town street or on an interstate, an accident can catch anyone by surprise. However, there is no denying that car crashes are more serious when the vehicles involved are running at much higher speeds.