Road traffic crashes are a leading cause of death in the United States for people aged 1–54, and they are the leading cause of non-natural death for U.S. citizens residing or traveling abroad. Most of those accidents are caused by excessive speeding.
Road traffic crashes are the leading cause of death. Every day, over 3,700 people are killed globally in crashes in cars, buses, motorcycles, bicycles, trucks, or pedestrians. More than 50% are pedestrians, motorcyclists, or cyclists.
Crash injuries are estimated to be the eighth leading cause of death globally for all age groups. This is the #1 cause of death for children and young people 5–29 years of age. More people now die in crashes than from HIV/AIDS.
Unfortunately, most young drivers learn from their parents or other adults. Many of the bad habbits the adults have are passed down to the young drivers! Only a small fraction take professional lessons. Be safe! Be smart! Take lessons and learn to dvive safely.
Whether you are a skilled or novice driver excessive speed is the leading cause of accidents in all vehicles. Reducing your speed, even 10% will save lives. All vehicles CAN go faster than the speed limit, so it is up to the driver (and passengers!) to help reduce speed to a safe level.
If you are a passenger in a vehicle, do your part to avoid distractions such as texting or talking on the phone while someone else is driving. If you see or notice the driver is speeding or driving dangerously, SPEAK UP! It may save your life and the lives of others!
A documentary on helping teens learn to drive under control and avoid speeding, produced with the RCMP and high-school teens in BC that encourage their classmates and others to slow down and live. Warning! Graphic images and this video may cause triggers for some viewers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOsLqckou64
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