All sorts of behaviors can make a deadly car crash more likely, whether a person gets in their car after drinking excessively or decides to ignore the speed limit because they need to get to work on time. However, some drivers are overconfident, and this can significantly increase the probability of a motor vehicle collision. For example, an inexperienced driver may think that their driving skills are better than they actually are, or someone could ignore issues they are dealing with (such as poor vision or fatigue) and think that their driving abilities will not be impacted in any way. Sadly, overconfidence can be deadly on the roadway.

In general, some people have an excessive amount of confidence. While this can be helpful in certain aspects of life, too much confidence behind the wheel can be incredibly dangerous, especially since there are so many hazards that even the most skilled drivers may encounter. It is always important to be careful and watch out for car crash risks while driving, and some drivers disregard this advice and place lives in danger by failing to watch out for hazards. For example, someone who has never driven during winter weather conditions may be too confident and drive too fast even though there is ice or snow on the road.

When someone causes a crash because they were not paying attention to the road, respecting the road conditions or driving carefully because they do not have much experience, they should be held responsible for the consequences of their actions.