Rating the safest for drivers according to the annual report of the European Commission on accidents is headed by Denmark.
According to the Daily Mail, in Denmark, the probability of being involved in a traffic accident is 9 times less likely than in Austria, which occupies the last position in the ranking of 28 countries. While in Austria, 43.5 accidents occur per 10,000 inhabitants, in Denmark it is only 5. Cyprus and Finland took second and third place in the ranking of safe countries, where 7.5 and 8.5 accidents happen per 10,000 inhabitants.
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In compiling records, such indicators as local climate, terrain, driving style, gender and age were taken into account. According to the study, people 18-24 and 50-64 years old behave most prudently on the road, while the age group 29-49 years old is at risk.
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