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Car accident compensation claims could be reduced

A recent survey has discovered that almost 70 per cent of British people would like to see an end to school runs.

The study made by comes at a time when many motorists are making car accident compensations claims for crashes that occur during rush hour traffic.

Schools runs have been blamed for making motorists late for work and appointments after having to dodge vehicles dropping their kids off at school.

The survey also concluded that four-in-five drivers will plan their journey before leaving the house to avoid any possible vehicle accidents.

Transport 2000 campaigns for better transport and would like more money spent on pedestrian and public safety, so fewer people sustain serious personal injuries in road accidents.

Communications manager, Stephen Hounsham, said, "There should be a real effort to sell walking, cycling and public transport as something that is fashionable, that the smart person around town is likely to be seen doing."

If the number of vehicles making the school run in the mornings was cut down, the number of car accident compensation claims being made could also be reduced.



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