Automobile accidents seems to be a forgotten prep. Yet, it's one of the leading causes of death (if not the #1 cause.) However, I rarely see it discussed, blogged or posted on someone's list of survival preparations. If surviving is about avoiding death or injury, then why don't people spend most of their time preparing for what is most likely to threaten their life? Since car accidents is one of the most likely causes, why isn't this near the top of most survivalists' list? When I read people's summation of their preps I don't see much about, no texting and driving, slowing down 5mph, always looking 3 cars ahead, using turn signals (a lost art) keeping good quality tires on your car, making sure your vehicle is in good working and safe condition, avoiding multi- tasking while driving, no applying makeup or lighting a cigarette while driving, etc. Wearing seatbelts seems to finally be a given, but nothing else about vehicle safety has become as compulsory as seatbelts. A defensive driving course after you've gotten a ticket, just isn't enough in my opinion, your thoughts?