Fast Facts About Rear-End Collisions
- April 5, 2021
-- Rear-end collisions most frequently occur when one vehicle is stationary and the other is traveling at a high rate of speed. According to the Insurance Information Institute, rear-end collisions make up 29% of all traffic accidents involving serious injuries. Rear-end accidents also cause over 7% of all traffic deaths and make up nearly 20% of fatal two-vehicle collisions. In fact, there were almost 2,500 fatal rear-end collisions in 2018.
Here are the most common rear-end collision scenarios:
- A driver hits the back of a slower car on the highway;
- A driver collides into another vehicle trying to turn;
- A driver plans to speed through a traffic signal and misjudges the car in front of them;
- A driver slams into a slow car at a green light.
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