Summer Survival Guide - Part 2 - Driving safely
• In 2004, the total number of casualties from road crashes in Britain was 280,840.
• More people have been killed on Britain's roads since the Second World War than the number of British soldiers killed on active service during the war.
• The annual carnage on the roads in the UK each year is equivalent to 20-30 average commercial aircraft crashing.
• Each of us has a 1 in 17 chance of being killed or seriously injured in a road crash.
However, by adopting the few simple rules outlined on the next page, your journey should be safe as well as enjoyable.
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