Drivers pressured to take crash blame

The study by Norwich Union (NU) of 1,556 drivers also found that two in five (40%) respondents had suffered post-traumatic stress symptoms following a crash, including recurring memories (15%) and feelings of distress when recounting what had happened (17%), because they had mistakenly taken the blame.

One in three (32%) drivers don't know what to do in the event of a crash and now NU is urging motorists to be prepared for the eventuality of a crash in order to better deal with the stressful

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