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There are about 26,059,203 people within the state of Texas and 237,440,000 miles traveled on Texas Highways each year. In 2013, this number reached 240.447 billion, an increase of 1.1% from the previous year. With these mean people traveling on the highway and freeways in Texas, it makes sense that the number of car crashes are at such a high number. Texas is only behind California for most miles travel within the United States. A majority of the accidents occur within the larger urban areas. Considering how large the Houston / Galveston area a majority of the car accidents occurred right here locally.
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- Crash Energy- this a term that describes the amount of energy created when two cars collide. The amount of energy created by a crash increases when one, or both, of the vehicles is traveling at an elevated speed. For example, a 50% increase of the vehicles speed would result in a 125% increased crash energy.
- Stopping Distance- the amount of space needed to safely stop a vehicle is often taken away by speeding. Many drivers fail to stop and crash into the car in front of them. This is often the cause of a rear-end collision. When a driver is speeding the have less time to react to what is in front of their cars. As a result, that hesitation could be only a second but could have been needed to safely slow the automobile.
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