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Men often consider themselves better drivers. Women sometimes agree. At the same time, men's driving behavior is more deadly than women's. So is there an answer to the eternal question: who are better drivers - men or women?[Read more...]
Preliminary statistics show that traffic deaths increased in 2015. After several years of dropping numbers (2012 being an exception), fatalities surged in 2015.
We are likely to see even more campaigns to change human behaviors in areas as drunk driving, distracted driving, drowsy driving, speeding, and failure to use safety belts.
It may also affect contents of Driver Handbooks and DMV tests. We should, perhaps, expect tougher tests in the future.[Read more...]
The number of traffic deaths in Pennsylvania totaled 1,195 last year (2014). This is lowest number since 1928, when record keeping began. While fatalities dropped in many types of crashes, there were significant drops in crashes involving unbuckled drivers/passengers and drinking-driver-related crashes. Fatalities where safety belts were not used dropped from 425 to 383. Deaths in drinking-driver related crashes declined to from 342 to 294.[Read more...]
Teenage drivers pose the highest crash rates in all of US. Studies show that distracted driving behavior was affected by various factors including the number of passengers, their type and age Understand the prime cause of accidents and what behaviors that must be avoided.
If you are studying for a learner's permit, expect your DMV knowledge test to include questions about distracted driving,[Read more...]
Here are some facts about trains and railroad crossings to to think about. They might help you understand why you must always pay extra attention at railroad crossings. Questions about railroad crossings are an important part of your test.[Read more...]