visualized by: Barrington Freight
Car owners in San Francisco are not allowed to dry or buff their vehicles with used underwear. In Japan you get a fine if you splash a pedestrian with rainwater while passing. The last sounds a bit more rational. Go on, there are 48 more weird driving laws from around the world that will make you frown or at least smile.
visualized by: Safer America
This infographic on teen driving safety talks about the most dangerous times for teenagers to drive, provides some staggering statistics, suggests tactics for parents to use in educating their children on driving safety, and offers recommendations on the safest automobiles.
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Getting uncontrollably aggressive, starting to cuss and coarse is quite common for most of us while driving. Behold! Road rage can turn to blight.
visualized by: SafetyVideos.com
This infographic profiles the angry drivers cohort, that is usually more aggressive and intolerant against traffic offences perpetrated by their peers and tend to be a bit more expressive of their anger.
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This motion infographic with a pretty uplifting tune in the background, addresses the agelong wrangle between men and women drivers. Have you ever concluded which of the both sexes performs better in driving? Brit men and women are contesting for the first place based on 3 typical criteria. Follow the link to see the static version if you like.
visualized by: Neo Mammalian Studios
If this was a contest, wouldn’t you like to know who the biggest and most famous uninsurable drivers are? MoneySuperMarket compiled this graphic to highlight the top 5 TV personas that evidently screw it up when it comes to driving.
visualized by: IdriveSafely.com
No matter where you go, you will find them everywhere. In your lane, in your parking space, and in your way. If you can’t steer clear of these senseless drivers, then sooner or later, they’re bound to run into you!
visualized by: Nationwide Insurance
It is estimated that only 50% of the fatal car crashes with evidence that cell phone distraction was the cause, are officially attributed to cell use. This situation considerably distorts the national fatal crash reports and misleads the public about the real extent of the problem.
visualized by: Jake Burrows
Around the world, each country have their own driving rules however some are stranger than others…
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Statistially every 12 minutes one person loses his life due to fatal car crash in the US while 16 is the most risky age for a driver to be involved in car accident. Car Insurance Quotes reports on the life and economic cost of car accident occurrences presenting interesting statistcs about the causes and effects.
visualized by: J Bukovski
One more batlle between the sexes. He or She? How do the two genders behave as far distraction while driving?
visualized by: J Bukovski
Distracted driving is a growing problem in the USA that costs thousands of lives annually. See how it increases the chance of being involved in an accident!
visualized by: Marto Apostolov
Here is a report that rings the bell to drivers who drink and drive under alchol influence instead of safely planning their home return. Drunk driving accounts for 1/3 of all traffic fatalities and beer is the most common beverage involved in crashes.
visualized by: Marco Giannini
Find interesting facts about speed as cause of fatal traffic crashes as well as an idea of the actual speed driving cost including fines, traffic tickets, driving license suspension, gas consumption and uppermost lives..
visualized by: Quin Street
Insurance.com offers its wisdom on the average impact a traffic ticket has on insurance premium after analyzing common offenses data. We all know that reckless driving has its price sooner or later.
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Teens and adults are texting or talking behind the wheel. 5 seconds of distractive driving are enough to cause a crash. See the facts.
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Keep your eyes on the road! Distracted driving accidents often end in tragedy. Some surprising facts about cellphone usage on driving and tips to get your head knotted on the wheel.