According to a study made by University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, “the primary impact is between the vehicle and another object, while the occupants continue to travel forward at the precrash speed. Unrestrained occupants then come to an abrupt stop against the decelerating vehicle interior or the ground outside the vehicle. Restrained occupants collide … Continue reading Car seats are must-haves!
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QC, Manila, Makati record most road crashes – MMDA by Aika Rey and Katerina Francisco Published 10:00 AM, February 04, 2017 Updated 7:59 PM, February 04, 2017 Most of the deadly road crashes happen at night and in the early hours of the morning ROAD CRASHES. Since 2013, three cities in Metro Manila have consistently … Continue reading On Rappler: QC, Manila, Makati record most road crashes – MMDA
Road Safety in the Philippines: Country Report A Powerpoint Presentation by DOTC Assistant Secretary Dante M. Lantin during the Expert Group Meeting Seoul, Republic of Korea May 8-10, 2013 Dante M. Lantin, Assistant Secretary, Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC), National Focal Point, Decade of Action for Road Safety: 2011- 2020 Photo Source
Photo Source: PECOJON - The Peace & Conflict Journalism Network According to the World Health Organization, road safety laws (setting speed limits, prohibiting drink-driving, and requiring the use of motorcycle helmets and seat-belts) are not being enforced well in the Philippines.