From the information in the passage, the reader can assume that:
Some people are afraid to fly in an airplane. Statistics show, however, that air travel is actually much safer than traveling by car. In fact, according to one source, a person is 72 times more likely to die in a car accident than in an airplane crash.
There are more airplane crashes than car accidents.
If you fly, the airplane will not crash.
The author would rather drive than fly.
It is safer to fly than to drive.
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