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اسباب الحوادث المرورية بالانجليزي

اسباب الحوادث المرورية بالانجليزي




اسباب الحوادث المرورية بالانجليزي

The real causes of highway mortality
In full weekend of great departures on vacation, the Association of French motorways (Asfa) publishes a study where are peeled all the causes of fatal accidents.
Motorists all traveling in the same direction without risk of frontal collision. Strips of bitumen smooth like a billiard where the potholes are quickly filled. High fences along the tracks to avoid animal crossings. Even if Smart Bison sniffs a big smell of traffic jams and raised the red flag, millions of Juillettists and Australians will cross Saturday on the highway of the holidays with the insurance to ride on a network five times more secure than the others .
The number of fatalities has indeed been halved since 2000. But, to observe in a magnifying glass the record of accidents occurred in 2017 on the 9,000 km of motorways in France, we say that this is a miracle as motorists compete imprudently. According to these data, carefully collected by the Association of French Highway Companies (Asfa) and we reveal to you, 150 fatal accidents occurred there last year causing 166 killed.
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Radars that measure the safety distance
Unable to act on the behavior of drivers, the interdepartmental delegate for road safety relies on the artificial intelligence of cars to help them stay alive. "On the highway, we can count on autonomous vehicle technology in the future to benefit from emergency braking systems, adaptive speed regulators and dashboards that can wake you up when you feel sleepy," says Emmanuel Barbe. .
If, despite everything, you continue sticking to the car ahead of you, road safety has already found the fatal weapon against these inter-distance problems responsible for eight deaths in 2016. Within two years, new intelligent radars will be able to to flash if you drive too close to your neighbor's bumper.
NUMBERS THAT COLD IN THE BACK

26% of those killed did not have their belts. This figure challenges and proves that some of the drivers are not fully aware of the danger they take in not attaching themselves. The belt has been mandatory in the front since 1973 and in the rear since 1990. Often it is front or rear passengers, much more rarely the driver. Perhaps it is due to sneaks that start ringing when the driver sitting at the wheel does not buckle up.
"It's probably a generational problem," says interdepartmental delegate for road safety Emmanuel Barbe. Because children usually have the reflex to put it, but people who knew the era where there was not even a belt in the back of cars tend to forget to buckle when they find themselves passengers. "
The road safety associations have not digested the images of Prime Minister Philippe Philippe, seen a few days ago without a belt in the car that took him to the Tour de France. "Whatever the length of your trip, even if it is to go to the beach, an accident can happen and it is imperative to put his belt," insists the president of the league against road violence Chantal Perrichon.
According to road safety, more than 350 lives could have been saved last year if 100% of those who got in a car had buckled up. Failure to wear a seatbelt increases the risk of being killed in the event of an accident by ten because you are often thrown out of the car.
25% are related to alcohol, drugs or medication. The number of accidents involving alcohol, drugs or drugs has increased from 15% to 25% in two years! This is a worrying increase. Male drivers under the age of 35 are the most represented in this type of accident, which mainly occurs at night and on weekends.
"In the majority of alcohol-related accidents, drivers knew they could not drive," Emmanuel Barbe sighs. The figures are right because the ASFA report highlights that three out of five alcoholic drivers had a blood alcohol level greater than or equal to 1.2 g / l of blood, while the legal rate not to be exceeded is 0.5 g / l. l!
However, prevention campaigns have been hammering away for years: a person who has been drinking is 8.5 times more likely to be responsible for a fatal accident. "What worries us the most is that we now see drivers mixing alcohol consumption and cannabis, which increases the risk of having an accident by 27," says the interdepartmental delegate for road safety. The worst is that many people think they are better drivers when they have smoked. "

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