The VW Bug is the most popular vehicle in the world, with over one million sales in 2013, but what about the ones that are not so popular?
What are the odds of you ever spotting one?
The answer is about 1 in 100,000, according to a study published in the journal Nature Communications.
It was based on an analysis of the number of reported crashes involving the car, as well as the number who were reported to have been involved in accidents.
The researchers found that the VW Bug had the highest rate of crashes involving both passengers and occupants, followed by the Honda Accord, Nissan Leaf, Toyota Prius, and the Volkswagen Golf.
According to the researchers, the likelihood of a car being involved in a collision with another vehicle was estimated to be 1 in 50,000.
But it was the Audi A4, the car that had the lowest rate of crash fatalities, which had the most accidents, with an estimated accident rate of 1 in 2,000 people.
What does this tell us?
The study authors argue that while the VW is a popular car, it is a very vulnerable car.
According the study, if you’re involved in an accident, the chances of you being killed are one in 10,000 and that of you dying in an emergency is one in six.
The research also shows that it is not uncommon for owners to drive with their hands tied and are less likely to use a seat belt.
This is due to the fact that the airbags in the front of the vehicle can fail and fail to deploy.
While this can occur due to a single crash, there is a higher chance that the seat belt will fail to prevent you from getting into a head-on collision with a car.
In fact, the airbag in the rear seat is also more likely to fail in a head on collision with the car than the front.
The car that has the highest accident rate, the VW, has a lower crash safety rating than the Audi, Nissan, Toyota and the Hyundai.
The A4 has a higher accident rate than the Hyundai but has a slightly lower crash risk rating.
The worst car to drive is also the least likely to crashThe researchers also found that drivers are more likely than non-drivers to drive at an unsafe speed, even if it is in a safe area.
According them, the drivers of the A4 and VW are at a slightly higher risk of crashes than drivers of any other vehicle.
But in a more extreme scenario, the researchers found drivers were more likely (more than 1 in 3) to crash in the centre of a busy street than the back of a congested road.
Drivers also tend to drive more slowly in the corners, and are more prone to losing control.
This can lead to a crash in which both the driver and passenger are killed.
However, there are other factors that can increase the risk of crash, such as the fact a vehicle is being driven at a higher speed than the driver can control.
The study found that more than a third of the drivers in the study were under the influence of alcohol, and more than half were under 25 years old.
The authors concluded that drivers who drive dangerously are more susceptible to accidents than those who don’t.
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Should you be driving a VW?
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