Out of the estimated number only 0.4 million are recorded. Further, only a minimal percentage of these collisions are scientifically investigated, in the absence of which, the real causes and consequences are never known. Therefore remedial measures as well as punishment for the violators are also arbitrary.Studies show that there are elementary reasons of these mishaps like negligence to Safety Norms, Driver’s Fatigue, Drunken driving, infrastructure loops, vehicle designing etc. Moreover, Highways lack some sort of preliminary road safety measures including first aid emergency services; immediate hospitalisation etc. that has increased the number of deaths every year. Of lately, the new government’s focus has shifted to Road Safety issues after sad demise of the Union Minister Late Shree Gopinath Munde in a car crash due to traffic rule violation. However, there is still a lot to be done in order to reduce the fatalities.