Study: Older drivers more prone to side-impact crashes

08/18/2009 | Insurance Networking News

Older drivers are more likely to be involved in side-impact crashes than in head-on and rear-end collisions, according to a study at the University of Massachusetts. Although older motorists drive more carefully to compensate for slower reaction time, they lose peripheral processing ability, making them prone to side-impact crashes, the study said.

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