1.25 million people are dying each year in car accidents. It is the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 15 and 29, as well as the ones of children’s. When studying crashes, most tend to remain in the case of the drivers and forget about the other occupants, who are the most vulnerable in these cases. But a study was done focusing instead on the effects these kinds of car crashes have on the riders and passengers, especially how much of a risk they are in concerning their position in their drive.
Back vs. Front
Studies have shown an estimation in which sitting in the back is much safer than sitting in the front, which in turn has been estimated to be at a higher risk in a crash. These very studies have not examined the … Continue Reading..