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Drunk drivers behave differently than aggressive drivers

Both aggressive drivers and drunk drivers are involved in accidents every year, but studies have shown that there are a number of key differences between these drivers and the way that the accidents happen. Since one may assume that the crashes would be similar, as some people do become more aggressive and/or careless after drinking, these differences are interesting to note. Studies have found that:

Twenty-five percent of pedestrian crashes involve left turns

Think that turning left can be difficult and stressful for a driver? While that's true in New Jersey and elsewhere, the stats show that left turns can also be very dangerous for pedestrians. They cause about 25 percent of the pedestrian accidents that happen in the United States.

Truck drivers should not eat behind the wheel

Truck drivers have to spend long hours on the road, often without breaks to go home and cook up a nice meal. They have schedules to keep, they sleep in the cabs at truck stops, and they continue on the next day. Wouldn't it make sense for a trucker to swing through a drive-thru to grab some food while he or she is on the road?

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