Most road “accidents” may be accidental in the sense that they are unintended. But few, if any, can be considered accidental in the sense that nobody was to blame. In road accidents, somebody did something wrong, and it’s almost always a driver doing some wrong. It’s bad driving that causes them. And yet no driver will admit to being bad at driving; nobody who causes a crash will recognise their error. At At War With The Motorist I discuss the problem of drivers who are unskilled and unable to recognise their deficiencies. Read it here.