Main articles: Automobile safety, Traffic crashes, Low-speed vehicle and Motor vehicle crash epidemiology

due to a serious car accident
The majority of injury-related deaths worldwide are caused by traffic accidents. [10] In 1869, in Parsonstown, Ireland, Mary Ward became one of the first recorded automobile fatalities[67]; in 1899, in New York City, Henry Bliss ) became one of the first auto-pedestrian fatalities in the United States. [68] The NCAP tests[69] in Europe and the US, as well as the insurance industry-recognized Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) tests, are now considered the standard for evaluating the safety of new vehicles. [70]

costs and benefits
Articles on the economics of driving, car costs, and the social impact of cars.

Traffic jams in many big cities