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Most Common Collisions
According to the National Safety Council (NSC), 72.4% (8,200,000) of crashes in 2020 were accidents involving another motor vehicle (107,000 was a result of a trucking collision resulting in injury.) 19.2 percent of crashes involved an inanimate subject. It is evident that rear-end collisions are much more prevalent.
In 2020, this was the most common distribution of crash:
41.6 percent (3.410,000) included rear-end collisions. 35.4 percent (2900,000.) comprised angle collisions. 19.9% (1.630,000) was side swipes. 3.2 percent (260,000). included head-on collisions.
In a front-end collision, you may suffer the frame or body as well as steering and driving system damages, and, if the collision was severe, you could be looking at damaged to your engine or transmission. Abrasions to your trunk bumper or backlighting may be the result of rear-end collisions. Impacts from the side or at angles can cause damage to doors as well as bent wheels and frames damaged. The most frequent types are damage to front and rear bumpers, doors, windshields, as well as paint.
Repair Cost Estimates
LendingTree lists the following costs to repair cosmetic damages:
Replacement or repair of bumpers; You can expect that you will pay anywhere between $300-$1,500, or even more for both parts and labor. Modern bumpers can have sensors or cameras that will significantly increase the costs of replacing them. Even if the bumpers aren’t damaged, they’ll need to be taken off and rebuilt, which adds to the labor costs.
Windshield Replacement andndash; An epoxy repair kit can make a minor dent or even a crack of 3 inches. However,