Posted July 13, 2019 09:13:06 A new report suggests that even if you are the kind of person who enjoys going places, you are more likely than not to get hit by someone in a moving vehicle.
In fact, the report states that the chances of you being hit by another vehicle is one in 100,000.
The study, published in the journal Trauma, looked at data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the National Center for Home Health and Safety (NCHHS), and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
According to the study, a person who has a valid license plate has the same chance of being struck by a vehicle as a driver of a car with a valid plate.
This is not the first time that people have questioned the safety of having a license on a vehicle.
The study said that previous studies had shown that the license plate of vehicles with a license number was a significant factor in being hit or run by a driver.
However, it added that, for a study to show an increase in the chances that a person will be killed in a crash, a vehicle with a plate number was needed.
So what does the study say?
The researchers found that, even if the plate number of the vehicle did not appear on the vehicle, the chances were still very high that someone would be hit.
They said that, if a vehicle has a license, its chances of being hit are approximately one in one hundred million.
However, if the vehicle has no license, the chance is about one in 50 million.
The study found that there were two things that made a difference.
First, there was the number of license plates that were on the car.
If a vehicle had one license plate and had three or more license plates, the odds of being killed in the crash was one in five million.
Second, the likelihood of being involved in a fatal crash was significantly higher if the driver had a valid driver license.
For instance, if someone has a driver license, but has no registration, the probability of being in a collision with a vehicle was one out of ten million.
If a person is hit by something, the study found, they are more than twice as likely to die as someone who does not die.
If you are a driver, the number is one out five million and you are almost twice as much likely to survive a collision.
However, the authors of the study said they were not surprised by the results.
“There is an underlying assumption in the general public that license plates are dangerous, but that’s not the case,” said Dr. Mark Cote, a professor of trauma medicine at Boston University School of Medicine.
Dr. John C. Stacey, an emergency room physician and author of the book The Crash Course, said that while people are worried about the safety and well-being of their license plates as they get older, there is not a huge difference in the risk of being injured or killed if the license plates remain valid.
“The real concern for people is that if a license is lost, it could be used in a criminal or traffic violation, or could be stolen,” Dr. Stacy said.
What do you think?
Is the chance of you getting hit by the car you drive as low as one in a million?
Let us know in the comments below.
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