We have seen so many reports, including that of international agencies, indicating KSA had one of highest accident rates. That would automatically translate to deaths/injuries, with its effect on families and friends. A young population, good roads, comparatively lower price of cars, thanks to very low duties/taxes, etc may be the reasons. Saher was an idea which was just 'what doctor would have prescribed', literally and otherwise :)
As I earn my bread from the automotive industry, this topic has come up for discussion several times.
- While a friend became too cautious at the signal and his car was hit from behind
- Over-speeding and jumping signals were presumed to be the most common 'errors'!
- Even if you stop at signal, but on 'zebra-crossing', it is a violation.