U.S. lags in road safety
U.S. drivers adoration to take off. The issue is doing as such securely.
In 2013, 32,894 individuals in the United States kicked the bucket in engine vehicle crashes. Albeit down following 2000, the general demise rate — 10.3 for every 100,000 individuals — tops 19 other high-salary nations, the U.S. Habitats for Disease Control and Prevention reported July 8. Belgium is a far off second with 6.5 passings for every 100,000. Analysts looked into World Health Organization and other information on vehicle crash passings, safety belt use and liquor disabled driving in 2000 and 2013.
Canada had the most astounding rate of deadly crashes brought about by inebriated drivers: 33.6 percent. New Zealand and the United States tied for second at 31 percent. Be that as it may, Canada and 16 different nations beat the United States on safety belt use — even however, in 2013, 87 percent of individuals in the United States reported wearing seat straps while riding in the front seat.
Spain saw the greatest drop — 75 percent — in its accident passing rate. That nation enhanced almost all parts of street security, including diminishing liquor hindered driving and expanding safety belt utilize, the scientists say.