Canberra drivers more likely to crash into animal or while tailgating than rest of country
You're more likely to be rear-ended in the ACT than anywhere else in the country, crash statistics reveal. The latest AAMI Crash Index Report released on Wednesday shows drivers in the "tailgating capital" are also about 70 per cent more likely to hit an animal than the average Australian.
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