As people age, their eyesight, reaction time, cognitive ability and muscle dexterity may deteriorate, often making the tasks associated with driving more difficult. Left hand turns are problematic for older drivers, as they must make speed, distance and gap judgments simultaneously to enter or cross the roadway.
The teenage crash problem starts years before most teens become licensed drivers according to an iihs.org study in which 13-15 year olds died. Most teens this age who died were passengers, and more often than not, another teenager was at the wheel.
Most people who don't buckle up are part-time belt users, meaning they sometimes use belts, but not on every trip according to iihs.org. The common reason for not buckling up? Forgetfulness.
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