Drivers who sneeze behind the wheel cause 2,500 accidents a WEEK – now experts say they should stay off the roads Motorists can travel 50ft blind when sneezingDrivers with severe colds 'should stay off the roads' Study suggests those with the sniffles should leave four extra car lengths for slower reaction times digg] By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 17:00 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 18:14 GMT, 14 February 2013 Getting behind the wheel when bunged up with a cold is far more dangerous than drivers realise, researchers say.
High heels, coffee habits and distracting dogs to blame for 13m accidents on British roads By Lucy Waterlow PUBLISHED: 10:37 GMT, 23 November 2012 | UPDATED: 10:37 GMT, 23 November 2012 High heels, discarded coffee cups and free roaming dogs have been identified as three of the most dangerous things to have in a car.
Big Foot impersonator killed in the act: Man trying to create Sasquatch sighting is run over by 15-year-old girl . A man who was apparently trying to make passing motorists think that he was Bigfoot paid for the ruse with his life when he was run over by two cars on highway in northwestern Montana Sunday night.
The insurance industry pays out 2bn a year for neck injuries but an orthopaedic surgeon claims 'there's no such thing as whiplash' Edina, played by Jennifter Saunders, in Absolutely Fabulous They are easy to spot, walking delicately, their necks and shoulders seemingly immovable.