Improvements in vehicle safety have resulted in a 56% decline in car-occupant deaths in the U.K. in the last 20 years. RoadSafe, a partnership of the U.K. government, leading companies in the motor and transport industries and road-safety professionals, says the latest figures are a testament to innovation in the automotive industry. In the last two decades, car-occupant deaths fell from 2,426 to 1,059 annually, according to the U.K.’s Department for Transport. Between 1989 and 1999, ...
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