Question: 1.1.01-002 What Can Be the Causes of Rear-End Collisions?

A. Unexpectedly Heavy Braking

B. Inattentiveness

C. Driving Too Close Behind the Vehicle in Front


Unexpectedly Heavy Braking: Heavy braking can also cause the driver behind to lose control if he or she is not leaving enough space between vehicles. This sudden braking causes the Rear-End Collisions.

Inattentiveness: Texting and failing to focus on the road results in delayed reflexes. This inattentiveness can lead to failure to notice that the car ahead is slowing down or stopping.

Driving Too Close Behind the Vehicle in Front: Following too closely does not allow enough room to respond to the vehicle in front braking or slowing down. The proper following distance is an important factor in preventing crashes.

What can be the causes of rear-end collisions? Heavy braking, inattentiveness, and driving too close behind the vehicle in front are primary factors.

Faisal Nazir
Faisal Nazir , an experienced driver with extensive knowledge of Germany's roads. From mastering the Autobahn to understanding the nuances of local traffic rules.


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