Older New York State drivers are among the safest drivers. That’s the conclusion of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s analysis of accident data. The institute’s results were written about in The Buffalo News. The newspaper states, “The study reports that the rates of both nonfatal and fatal accidents have been declining faster among elderly drivers than among younger age groups.”
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Nationally, the odds of getting in a fatal accident increase noticeably each year for drivers over 75 years old, according to statistics compiled by the Centers for Disease Control. But recent data offers a different picture, especially in Upstate New York. The Buffalo News reports, “In 2007 and 2008, drivers age 60 and older made up the largest percentage of drivers in each of the eight counties of Western New York. In just about every case, older adults caused proportionately far fewer fatal and personal injury crashes than any other age group.”
And here’s another surprising statistic – when older drivers have their grandchildren in the car, they’re less likely to be in an auto accident. That’s the conclusion of a recent study written about in Time Magazine. Specifically, children are twice as safe when their grandparents are driving instead of their parents.
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