In a statement released by Mufors, human error and careless drivers were also contributing factors to the rising rate which constituted 30% while road conditions contributed 15% and 10% of the respondents felt that it was lack of enforcement. 6.9% of the respondent felt that it was due to the punishment for such offences not being harsh enough while 6.6% felt that it was the questionable decisions like discounts for traffic summonses. Government figures shown that some 18 deaths occurs daily on the roads on average which will cost the economy some RM9.3billion each year.