Tuesday, May 3, 2011

White cars are 10% less likely to get into accidents than non-white colors

During daylight hours, black cars are 12% more likely to get into crashes than white cars, gray cars are 11% more likely, silver cars are 10% more likely, and blue and red ones 7% more likely. At dawn and dusk, the disparity between white and other colored cars gets worse. Specifically, black cars under those light conditions are 47% more likely to crash than white cars under the same conditions.

You can read more about this in a 2007 study from Monash University.



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