Rear-end car collisions are the most frequent type of motor vehicle accident in the U.S. In fact, according to reports from Insurify, almost 30% of all traffic accidents in 2021 were rear-end collisions. While these accidents commonly occur at stop signs and traffic lights, it is possible to have a rear-end accident on the open highway.
Tailgaiting is a bad driving behavior that happens when a vehicle follows another one too closely. To ensure you do not run into the vehicle in front of yours, it is advisable to follow the three-second rule.