Car crashes claim thousands of lives in America every year.  Many more thousands sustain injuries every year due to an automobile accident.

With all of this damage to both property and human life, some may wonder what the most common causes of car wrecks are so that they can avoid them in the future.


1.Distracted Drivers- This category of accident-inducing behavior is rightly ranked number one on the list for all of the damage that it has done.  Every year thousands of individuals who try to multi task while behind the wheel end up causing a car crash.  Common distractions for drivers today include texting, talking on the cell phone, using the cell phone to view media, applying make-up or shaving or otherwise getting ready for the day, and reading print material.  By avoiding such distractions a driver can greatly ensure their own safety and that of their passengers.

2.Fatigued Drivers- It doesn’t have to be late at night for drivers to lose control of their vehicles due to fatigue.  If you feel tired at any time while driving, pull off the road and rest

3. Drunken Driving- Even while being illegal, this irresponsible and dangerous practice is commonly a top cause for car wrecks every year.

4. Speeding and Aggressive driving- Going too fast and being too aggressive while in a vehicle is a common reason for automobile accidents.  Slow down and remain calm to avoid this car crasher.

One should remember to use sound judgment while driving their car to avoid these top reasons for automobile accidents in the United States. 

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