Insure scanned driving history – which they found accessing 4.6 million car insurance applications – to see which brand of vehicle caused the accident. Crunching their numbers found that on average, 9.25 percent of American drivers have caused at least one road accident.
Overall RAM drivers are 17 percent more likely than the average driver to cause an accident on American roads.
Those driving the 3500 model (14.14% of drivers reported a crash) were the most careless, while those driving the Promaster 1500 model were the better-behaved group of RAM (10.29 percent of drivers who reported the crash).
other bad brands
Other top repeat offenders include Subaru (10.75 percent of drivers causing crashes), Volkswagen (10.46 percent), Mazda (10.41 percent) and Hyundai (10.3 percent) drivers – rounding up the top five worst car brands. whose drivers cause a high share of road accidents.
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