7 Types of Car Accidents FAQ #infographic

7 Types of Car Accidents FAQ #infographic

Loss of control most frequently happens at the heart of any driver involved in a traffic accident. The type of auto accident that happens depends on what causes this reaction to kick in. Each of the following types contains a brief description, and one or more techniques for avoidance. To open a more comprehensive page click on any link in the article!

You drive north on the road and then another south moving car crosses the median and heads straight for you. They have lost control and know they've brought their last swerve here — and they're scared of making another pass.

One vehicle is necessarily involved in a collision with a single car but this does not mean that the driver is always at fault. Typically caused by swerving to avoid hitting something on a single driver — either an object or a weaving driver — and ends up colliding with a guardrail or tree, or an electric pole. In these cases the weather is always a factor that can present inevitable hazards in your way. Your safest choice is to slow down or close a blind corner while turning a curve (allowing for smoother reactions).

You are the victim of a sudden hit and run crash. Try not to persecute them, even if physically capable. Just for a pause. Onlookers will follow but in the meantime, you need to concentrate on accepting help from others and evoking a 9-1-1 response. Whether either you or a witness can identify the fleeing driver's type of vehicle and color it would certainly be helpful to apprehend them. You have also committed a crime by fleeing the scene, and if injuries occur the offense will escalate into a felony.

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