How many car crashes happen a day in the world?

1 Answer:
  • AreWie Ma'dee
    Every day, almost 3,700 people are killed globally in crashes involving cars, buses, motorcycles, bicycles, trucks, or pedestrians. More than half of those killed are pedestrians, motorcyclists, or cyclists.
  • What are some signs that tell you you're fatigued?

    Signs of fatigue
    • microsleeps;
    • constant yawning;
    • drifting in the lane;
    • sore or heavy eyes (and slow eye movements);
    • trouble keeping your head up;
    • delayed/slower reactions;
    • daydreaming.
    • difficulty remembering the last few kilometres;
    1 Sept 2021
  • Why do I fall asleep in front of the TV every night?

    Experts say watching TV or listening to TV provides too much stimulation to your brain. When you leave the TV on things like flashes of lights, changes in sound, new alerts, and more can cause you to jolt awake. Plus, we take in the sounds around us for a long time before we hit the deepest part of our sleep cycle.3 May 2021
  • How many hours can I drive without a break?

    You cannot drive for longer than 4.5 hours without taking a break of at least 45 minutes. Taking this break causes a fresh 4.5 hour period of drive to begin. Note – See the rules on breaks to ensure you do not break the 4.5 hour rule. You may take the 45 minute break in 2 sections.
  • What is the maximum working hour per day?

    How many hours (maximum) per day, week and year can a person work? As per the Factories Act 1948, every adult (a person who has completed 18 years of age) cannot work for more than 48 hours in a week and not more than 9 hours in a day. According to Section 51 of the Act, the spread over should not exceed 10-1/2 hours.
  • How do you deal with fatigue while driving?

    How to reduce fatigue on the road:
    1. Get enough rest the night before your drive: ...
    2. Try not to start your car trip very late in the day: ...
    3. Maintain a good body posture: ...
    4. Keep the car's environment stimulating: ...
    5. Take frequent breaks: ...
    6. Avoid heavy meals: ...
    7. Stop at a rest stop: ...
    8. Do not drink while driving your vehicle: