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Where do most fatal rollover crashes occur?

With rollover accidents, there are a variety of factors to consider. Sometimes, people are able to walk away from these wrecks relatively unscathed, while others sustain a serious injury or pass away. Some rollover crashes are caused by another driver's negligence, while others only involve one vehicle. Although any type of traffic collision can be deadly, rollover accidents are especially concerning. As a result, it may be beneficial to familiarize yourself with some of the characteristics of these collisions, such as where they occur and other statistics.

According to data published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nearly 75 percent of deadly rollover accidents take place on rural roads. This trend could partially be a result of the lack of barriers and highlights the potential dangers of driving in a rural area, even on seemingly quiet roads. However, rollovers also happen in urban environments, so it is vital to remain mindful of the risk wherever you are driving. Certain types of vehicles, such as pickup trucks, SUVs, and vans, are more likely to roll over. Furthermore, intoxicated drivers also have a higher likelihood of finding themselves involved in a rollover crash.

Sometimes, rollover accidents only involve one vehicle happen because of the driver's own negligence. In other cases, they are the result of the recklessness of another person. If someone else's disregard for traffic safety has caused you to suffer, you should immediately go over your options. For example, you may want to look into taking your case to the courtroom.

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