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"The most frequently reported primary accident contributing factor was a perception failure on the part of the OV (Other Vehicle) driver. The data indicates that the primary contributing factor was the inability of the OV driver to perceive the PTW (Powered Two-wheeler) or the PTW rider."
Source: MAIDS In-Depth Investigations of Accidents Involving Powered Two-Wheelers. Final Report 2.0