THREE out of four road accidents resulting in injury or death are caused by driver error, according to a study.
Figures from the survey, carried out by insurance firm Linea Directa, found that 73% of accidents are caused by drivers making a bad decision, compared to 27% in which they acted correctly.
It also revealed the most common errors are due to drivers being distracted, joining roads incorrectly, turning badly, illegally overtaking and not maintaining a safe distance between the vehicle in front.
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