Road crashes account for heavy economic losses

The analysis of the road crashes in Malaysia has yielded unequivocal results. It found that economic losses amounted to 2.96 billion USD, that is, 1.5% of the GDP. These losses are accounted for by various factors such as insurance costs and medical costs. Despite these bad figures, the rate of deadly accidents went from 4.3% five years ago down to 3.55 % in 2010. The two wheelers (bicycles and motorcycles) account for a large number of those 6745 people killed in 2009.

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