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Drivers living within one mile of a church are far less likely to have car accidents than those who live within one mile of a restaurant, a recent study by Quality Planning Corporation revealed. Those who live in the immediate vicinities of airports, parks, forests, or racetracks also have lower risks of suffering vehicle damage.

QPC examined the relationship between where a vehicle owner lives and the likelihood that he will be involved in an auto accident, and concluded that the riskiest places to live are near restaurants. If the owner of an automobile lives within a mile of an eating establishment, he is 30 percent more likely to crash his car.

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