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I have a related question to driving cars and safety. Is there a study that exermines accidents due to drivers driving to slow?
Good morning Max,
We posted your question on Facebook and here is the reply we received:
Jonathan Dewald, "Yes. The NHTSA found in 2009 that "speed-related accidents" most often means accidents caused by driving too slowly, with insufficient speed accidents being nine times as common as those caused by excessive speed. NINE TIMES. They found this phenomenon to be fairly uniform across the U.S. Foreign governments have found the same effect. I can't find the NHTSA study itself but here's a link to a newspaper article which references it: http://www.thenewspaper.com/news/38/3801.asp "
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