"Driving 5km/h above the speed limit in a 60km/h zone has the same level of casualty risk as driving at the New Zealand drink-driving limit (blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 50 mg/100 ml)."
"In the event of a car crash, booster seats reduces the risk of injury by 59%."
"A pedestrian hit at 30km/h has a 90 percent chance of surviving. A pedestrian hit at 50km/h has a 30 percent chance. The risks for vulnerable pedestrians, such as the elderly or children, are higher again."
"Distracted drivers more often kill other road users in crashes than themselves "
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