March 13, 2002
It has been over a century and a half since the horseless carriage made its way into society and accidents are still prevalent despite all precautions and improvements to assure restricted occurrences of accidents. As of today, in rain, snow, fog, and sleet, the cars are far more sophisticated and advanced in providing comfort and mobility but still there is a consistent fatality rate regarding automobile-related fatalities. The chief blame of course is the quality of driver behind the steering wheel and the need to achieve arrival to a designated location. Apply congestion with limited passage, you get accidents repeatedly.