Side-impact Collision, Rear-end Collision, and Head-on Collision,
These accidents, also known as T-bone collisions or broadside, are where the side of one or more vehicles is stricken. These crashes usually happen at parking lots, intersections, and when two cars pass on a roadway accounting for about an almost all of passenger vehicle occupant deaths. The outcomes from a side impact collision can be critical but can vary depending on where the vehicle is struck.
A road accident where a vehicle crashes into the car in front of it. These are usually due to driver distraction or inattention, panic stops, tailgating, and reduced traction due to unpredictable road conditions caused by weather.
This kinds of accident are when the front ends of both vehicles hit each other in different directions. Head-on collisions are an often fatal car accident. Being aware of traffic symbols, street conditions and staying in your lane play a critical role in avoiding these types of accidents.