For years men (and even some women) have claimed that women are inherently bad drivers, but is this really true? This infographic presented by ShiftInsurance takes a look at the numbers behind men and women and who is more responsible for car crashes and dangerous driving. Check it out below to learn more.
Driving distracted–even for a moment–can lead to a catastrophe. While texting is one thing that can take your eyes off the road, it’s not the only way drivers can become sidetracked. Eating, interacting with passengers, adjusting the radio and of course, engaging in multimedia interactions can all contribute to a less-than-focused driver…and that can be a very dangerous situation. Check out the infographic below by Allstate and consider taking the proper steps to reduce or eliminate these situations, and avoid common driving distractions.
This infographic from BGS shows the dangers there are with texting and driving. Texting while driving has become more dangerous than drinking and driving yet not one is talking about how much more deadly texting while driving is. Hopefully this infographic will help to raise awareness of this important issue and get people to think twice about texting the next time they are behind the wheel.
The age-long battle of sexes has been often depicted in the pop culture. One of the best examples of this can be found in Irving Berlin’s song “I Can Do Anything Better Than You”. Because we couldn’t top his effort, we decided not to write a song about men and women. Instead we created this car infographic that will hopefully put an end to this endless battle of one of the most popular arguments, who are better drivers – men or women.
Most of us drive every day, but don’t really think about how truly dangerous it really is. This infographic presented by TraderQuote takes a look at some of the most dangerous roads and areas to drive around the world. Check it out below to learn more.
This interactive infographic from Sixt attempts to simply and straightforwardly present all the complex rules and regulations surrounding driving across Europe in a clean, easy to understand format. It includes drunk driving laws, speed limits, items you’re legally required to have in the car, and some humorous observations about driving in each country.
Finding yourself stranded in your car due to treacherous conditions like snow, ice, poor visibility and slick roads only to discover you have junk in the trunk, rather than the necessary roadside emergency supplies, can place you and your family in jeopardy. According to a new survey by State Farm® and KRC Research, more than 60 percent of drivers had some sort of “junk” (non-emergency supplies) in their trunk ranging from extra clothes and shoes to used food or drink containers. While 99 percent of drivers had at least one emergency supply in their vehicle, such as spare tire or jumper cables, a mere nine percent carried all the essential emergency roadside supplies.
In an effort to educate young drivers about the dangers of distracted driving, Hardison Wood has created an infographic with the most important facts and statistics. In the US, a large proportion of accidents causing death or injury result from distracted drivers. As laws continue to become more strict for those that choose to take up their phones at the wheel, it’s necessary to keep yourself educated about your legal rights and how to avoid an accident yourself.
Atlas Van Lines is spreading the word on driving laws concerning distracted driving and passenger safety. Moving from one state to another adds extra details to consider, and in an effort to keep drivers and passengers safe on the road, here’s an infographic sharing state driving laws.
Distracted driving is becoming more and more common every day. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that there are over 15 individuals killed as a result of distracted driving every day. This infographic provides a visual aid to the important facts, statistics, and dangers of distracted driving.
Drivers exceeding the speed limit on British roads caused almost 6,000 accidents in 2010, and people driving too fast for the conditions were to blame for over 10,000 accidents. Because women tend to take less risks than men, they are less likely to cause these crashes. These and many other driving stats represented in the following infographic by Tesco Bank.
This infographic from Chucker & Reibach provides statistics about speeding, including how often speeding results in a fatality, how much does speeding actually cost and what are the main reasons that people speed. In the end, any reason a driver gives for speeding will never be worth the potential costs.
InsuranceHotline.com has released a new infographic, containing information according to a National driving pet peeves survey. The infographic allows people to see the top 3 driving pet peeves in Canada, as well as by Province. It also outlines the top bad driving habits that Canadians admit to doing while behind the wheel.
America is the home of the “Open Road,” where men and women can drive for thousands of miles toward new places and new experiences. If you want to learn some interesting facts about our country’s driving culture, take a look at this wildly entertaining infographic from Sarasota’s own Coast Infiniti.