A car accident is not simply a crisis for you alone, but also to your passengers, and the other motorists involved in the accident including family members. There are numerous tips to protect yourself and avoid crashes. However, this infographic suggest you some tips that are useful in many ways.
Believe it or not, many crashes allow the occupants at least few milliseconds to react before collusion takes place. So when about to crash, keep your face forward, look straight ahead and sit squarely against the back of your seat. Tighten up your muscles and brace yourself holding on firmly to steering wheel. Keep your wrists flat.
To prevent Before driving, adjust the head rest to to touch your head. Sit at least 6 inches away from the steering wheel. And most importantly, always wear your seat belt. Because seat belts saved 12,713 people in 2009. Car crashes account for 75% of America's traumatic brain injuries.