You may think you risk your life riding in a New York City taxi cab. We’ve all seen taxi drivers portrayed on television and in movies as barely speaking English and reckless drivers. However, a recent study shows that New York City cab drivers are less accident-prone than drivers of other vehicles. In New York State, a study showed that accident or crash rates were ? lower for livery cars and taxicabs than for other types of motor vehicles. Thus, taxi and livery car passengers are less likely to be hurt in a collision than passengers in other types of vehicles.
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