This study appears to identify real facts about accidents IMO. Most of the findings are not such a surprise to me. Intersections and inattentiveness causing the most problems while aggressive driving further compounds problems. I do believe that inattentiveness is at the root of most problems such as not taking the time to study the situation at an intersection, not focusing down the road and not keeping enough distance between you and the vehicle in front of you. I know my mind wanders more than I want it too so I am constantly trying to keep focus. I do notice that I tend to lose focus when I have been riding a long time or when I am distracted by a beautiful environment. I suppose the latter distraction will not be controlled so much since this is one of the major reasons I ride. I rationalize that these environment distractions generally take place in uncrowded situations where I am in less danger - not good practice but not likely to change.