Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Accident Related Fatalities at an All Time Low
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released 2011’s traffic accident data on May 7, 2012. The data reflected the lowest fatality rate per mile since record keeping began in 1921. The data revealed that there were 32,310 car accidents in 2011, a drop of 1.7 percent from 2010. reports that “This is the lowest number of accident related fatalities in over 60 years.” Experts believe the significant decrease can be attributed largely to the decline of the economy. Studies show that motorist drive less when the economy is down. “The number of miles driven on America's roadways declined last year by 35.7 billion miles, or 1.2 percent, the safety administration said (” Experts are unclear of whether these lowered rates will rise once the economy is restored to its normal state. Past events indicate that fatality rates do rise once the economy is reestablished, as people tend to drive more. As a company dedicated to improving road safety, 1 800 411 Pain is pleased to see the number of accident related fatalities at an all-time low.  
 1 800 411 Pain is a constant reminder to motorists of safer driving practices. They continue to educate drivers on the importance of cautious driving and staying alert. 1 800 411 Pain is eager to continue educating drivers on safer driving practices in an effort to keep accident related fatalities low. For more of the latest information on driver safety and accident news, visit Robert Lewin, owner of 1 800 411 Pain, reminds you not to drink and drive and to always wear your seat belt. 

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