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The Hazards of Wearing Flip-Flops While Driving

September 21, 2015 |

Did you know that wearing sandals while operating a vehicle can be unsafe for you and other drivers on the road? Many studies have proven that sandals and other footwear can be risky if worn while driving. In fact, approximately 1.4 million car accidents occurred when drivers’ flip-flops blocked them from controlling the brake, gas, or clutch pedals. The drivers were unable to make the appropriate driving maneuvers, which caused severe accidents.

Listed below are some statistics about the hazards of wearing sandals when driving:

  • Roughly 33% of individuals drive while wearing unsafe footwear.
  • About one out of ten of these drivers confess their flip-flops have become trapped under the control pedals one or more times.

Research shows that other types of shoes can produce lethal driving conditions, as well.Below is a list of other potentially unsafe shoes to wear while driving:

  • Boots that cover the ankles or pass the knees
  • Tennis shoes with heavy soles
  • Platforms
  • Stilettos
  • Strappy sandals
  • Slippery, non-grip shoes such as bowling shoes

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