If you’re driving these common cars you’re more likely to get into an accident

Three models of Vauxhalls are in the top five most-crashed cars in the UK, according to the Department for Transport.

The Zafira, Astra and Corsa all made the list of cars most likely to be involved in an accident, while the Renault Clio and BMW 3 Series also figured prominently.

The more examples of each car there are on the road, the higher the likelihood of an accident. It’s little surprise, then, that the Ford Fiesta and Vauxhall Corsa – the UK’s bestsellers right now – had the most accidents according to the DfT, each with more than 33,000 total.

Anexo plc (LON:ANX) is a specialist integrated credit hire and legal services group focused on providing replacement vehicles to consumers who have been involved in a non-fault accident.

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