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Which roads are more dangerous, rural or urban?

Urban drivers may feel like rural roads are more dangerous because they feel lost and confused without street lights and clear signs. Rural drivers, on the other hand, may feel like city streets are more dangerous because they're chaotic and just packed with cars. Who is right? Which setting is the more dangerous one to drive into?

Are extroverts the worst drivers?

When you talk to people about who the worst drivers are, you probably get a lot of answers based on age. Some blame teens, saying that their inexperience makes them worse drivers than adults. Others blame elderly drivers, saying that declining mental and physical abilities make them dangerous. Is there another way to break things down and really find high-risk drivers without just reverting to cliches and stereotypes about age?

The safest day to drive

You can try to reduce your odds of getting into a car accident in many different ways. You can practice safe driving yourself, avoiding distractions and following traffic laws. You can practice defensive driving, watching for others to make mistakes so that you can react to them as quickly as possible.

Workplace safety myths to avoid

Workers get injured year in and year out, in part because they buy into workplace safety myths that make their lives more dangerous. You want to make sure that you always have accurate information and that you never let these myths push you into mistakes or a false sense of security.

How often do workers get injured?

Even if you don't have one at your company, you have certainly seen signs proclaiming that a business has been accident-free for a certain number of days. This is done to show that they are dedicated to safety, and they make it a priority. Accident rates are different for different industries, but it might be a very big deal for some to get to 365 days without an accident, injury or fatality.

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