What percentage of accidents are caused by teenage drivers?
5,864 teen drivers ages 15-20 were involved in fatal car accident. Young drivers between 15- and 20-years-old accounted for 6.4% (13.2 million) of total drivers on the road. An average of nine teens ages 16-19 were killed every day from motor vehicle injuries.
Why raising the driving age is bad?
If the driving age was raised to 18, high school students would be unable to drive themselves to work, so many would be unable to get employment before college. A raised driving age would also complicate many students’ mode of transportation to and from school and extracurricular activities.
How can I prevent neck pain while driving?
Driving Smart to Avoid Neck Pain
- Start with good driving posture. The best angle for the back of your seat is at 100 degrees, which is just shy of straight.
- Support your head.
- Support your lower back.
- Adjust your mirrors.
- Avoid eyestrain.
- Cruise along the highway.
- Take a break.
Which car is best for back pain?
Zeer says the 10 most comfortable car seats to support your back are all newer models of these cars:
- Audi vehicles.
- Nissan Altima.
- Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
- Cadillac CT6.
- Kia Optima.
- BMW 7 Series.
- Lexus LS.
- Lincoln Continental.
How do you sit in a car with a bulging disc?
1. Get comfortable immediately
- Keep your back pockets empty.
- Sit up straight with your knees slightly higher than your hips, and keep your chin pulled in so that your head sits straight on top of your spine.
- Sit a comfortable distance from the steering wheel.
- Keep your back aligned against the back of your seat.
How do you prevent back pain when driving?
Tips to prevent back pain while driving
- When you get into your car, take your time to get comfortable.
- Fix all your mirrors so that you don’t have to constantly turn your head to see cars around you.
- Support the curve of your lower back.
- Take periodic breaks if you experience lower back pain after long drives.