Crashes can happen to anyone, whether it's morning, night or mid-afternoon. People who look away from the road for even a few seconds put others at risk. If they're intoxicated or speeding, they add to the threat of causing a fatal collision.
What if we lived in a world where no one died from a car crash? It sounds like pure fantasy, right? But a 150 years ago, this was a reality that everyone knew. And, when Henry Ford started pumping out Model A's, he probably wasn't thinking too much about the fact that "the car" would one day be the leading cause of death for children and young adults between the ages of 5 and 29.