Science proves the obvious: When fewer people drive, fewer people are killed by cars. Every day, more than 3,700 people die on the world’s roads. Road traffic crashes result in more than a million deaths
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Over 840,000 of the car crashes that occur on U.S. roadways each year can be traced back to a problem area all drivers can relate to: the blind spots caused by the A-pillars of the vehicle's structure.