LONDON, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Silver coloured cars are less likely to be involved in a crash causing serious injuries, New Zealand scientists said on Friday. About 3,000 people die in road traffic accidents around the world each day but researchers at the University of Auckland said the risk of being injured in a silver car was less than in cars of other colours. "Silver cars were about 50 percent less likely to be involved in a crash resulting in serious injury than white cars," Sue ...
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