The Worst Pileups in History #infographic #pileups

Highway pileups are one of the scariest types of road accidents most people can imagine. Just picture this: you’re flying along the highway between 60 and 80 mph, when suddenly a patch of fog blinds you. Should you stop? Slow down? Just keep coasting? And it might not even matter what you do — if the car in front of you decides to stop, you might not even have time to react before rear-ending them. This crash, in turn, can cause a chain-reaction that spans dozens or even hundreds of vehicles.

Interestingly enough, the largest pileups (by number of cars involved) are not always the deadliest. This may be due to different kinds of road conditions being the culprit — severe snow and rain are more often the cause of larger scale accidents, but traffic might already be moving slower when the crash occurs. Deadly pileups are more often caused by fog, dust storms, and sand storms, which are less predictable.

The best way to avoid a pileup is to exercise common sense — if the weather is terrible, maybe you should stay home, or find an alternate route. If you must travel, drive a speed that is safe for the road conditions, leave plenty of room in front of you, and whatever you do, don’t come to a sudden stop if your visibility drops.

The Worst Pileups in History

An infographic by CJ Pony Parts.

Ultimate Guide to Mobile Cases #infographic #mobile #cases

The Protective Case is designed with the appropriate cutouts for the speaker, camera and other openings to provide the best performance both in functionality and safety. Slim polycarbonate back cover protects from bumps and drops or damages to the phone. Furthermore, the back case gives you a nice grip, and the case is precision moulded with no seams or sharp edges.

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Driving In France Euro 2016 #infographic #EURO2016

Euro 2016 is upon us, which means thousands of football fans will be travelling across the continent to support their home nations.

As most of you may already know – driving in another country simply isn’t the same as driving on the roads at home. With different laws, regulations, signage and more to consider, we thought it would be useful to put together some information to help those travelling to France for Euro 2016.

As well as that, for those supporting England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, we have calculated some valuable information on how to get to and from each stadium for the group stages of each team – beware of the cost of the tolls!

So there you have it football fans, one infographic to get the heads up before you set off on your travels.

An Infographic by Car Keys.