Yes. There are (1)  rear-end collisions which are usually caused by a driver that is following too closely and not not paying attention, (2)  head-on collisions which are typically more dangerous and may involve impaired, distracted or fatigued driving, (3) side impact collisions (T boned) are more serious for the driver or passengers directly on the side of the hit. There are also single vehicle and multi-vehicle collisions which can involve one car or multiple cars within one collision. There are also merging collisions as well as sideswipe collisions. These are not the only types of car collisions, but the most common when looking at injuries sustained and car damages.