Effects Of Road Accident Essay

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In today’s dynamic world people use luxuries things to make his/her life comfortable. If people want to move from one place to other they use transportation like bus, metro etc. many people don’t use public transport they choose private vehicles as they don’t like to go in crowded place. Most of high class people buy cars for going office, business purpose etc. but many people can’t afford car as it is too expensive they choose for bike for smooth travelling.
But there are many advantage and disadvantage of bikes. Good mileage, cheap price etc.as it is two wheeler few people can’t balance and the impact is injury on body. Many people don’t wear helmet. In developing country four person seating in one bike. Negligence of driving. Severe injuries, endanger to life, loss of life. The accident also occurred due to over speeding, overtaking etc. riding a bike in rain and in snowy region is also very dangerous, slipping of tyre is the main consequences.
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One genuine street mischance in the nation happens each moment and 16 die on Indian streets each hour.1214 street accidents happen each day in India. Bikes represent 23% of aggregate street crash deaths.20 youngsters less than 14 years old kick the bucket each day because of street accidents in the country.377 individuals pass on consistently, proportionate to a kind sized plane slamming each day. Two individuals kick the bucket each hour in Uttar Pradesh – State with greatest number of street accident passing’s. Tamil Nadu is the state with the most extreme number of street accident wounds
Main 10 Cities with the most elevated number of Road Crash Deaths (Rank –Wise):
Delhi, Chennai, Jaipur, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Kanpur, Lucknow, Agra, Hyderabad, Pune

Source of Information: National Crime Records Bureau, Ministry of Road Transport and Highway, Law commission of India, Global status report on road safety 2013

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