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It’s a common perception that January 1 is the most dangerous day to drive. It makes sense, because so many people are out ringing in the new year, often with alcohol. But July 4th is the deadliest day for automotive fatalities overall, with July 3 coming in slightly behind in the second position.
Rollover crashes are a leading cause of death in car accidents. But soon, a new rule will help reduce the number of fatalities due to passenger ejection in rollovers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says this will prevent nearly 400 fatalities and 500 serious injuries each year.