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Stop on Red Lights Awareness WeekBy Pyle Law, August 24 2021 8:29 pm
When people do not stop on red lights, the possibility of an accident highly increases. This action is among the most common causes of motor vehicle accidents. Drivers who choose to disobey traffic laws put everyone’s lives in danger. This is why August 1 to 7 is dedicated to the National Stop on Red Week 2021 campaign. Spearheaded by the National Coalition for Safer Roads, the campaign aims to promote safe driving habits, with a focus on always stopping at red lights.
Based on data collected by the NCSR:
According to the 2019 Traffic Safety Culture Index survey, an estimated 86% of drivers stated that it’s extremely or very dangerous to run red lights. However, 31% of respondents admitted to running a red light within the last 30 days. The drivers involved in deadly red-light running accidents in 2019 were usually younger males who had previous convictions for drunk driving and/or prior crashes. In addition, the drivers who ran red lights were likewise more likely to be intoxicated and/or speeding during the accident and less likely to carry a driver’s license.
Crashes resulting from running red lights are considered one of the leading causes of devastating T-bone and side-impact collisions and are among the top causes of catastrophic and fatal injuries. Follow these safe driving guidelines to avoid becoming a statistic for red-light running crashes:
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