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Montlick Reviews Zobuz's List of The Deadliest Highways in the United States


September 29, 2020

USA- Zobuz.com writes that more than 33,700 people are killed in vehicle collisions each year nationally. The report points out that this number or fatalities by motor vehicles rarely gets the same media attention as violent crimes and deadly diseases do. The death toll from car crashes shows that the roads are far from safe.

Not all roads are equal when it comes to risks. Some highways have poor records for safety. The following are some of North America's most hazardous places to drive.

The first roadway on the list is the Ontario Highway 401. The road, which runs along the northern border of the United States, frequently is overcrowded, and when the cold winter months bring ice and snow to the mix, the risk of pileups is very real.

The next most dangerous road on the continent is in Mexico. The Mexican Federal Highway 101 is no stranger to car crashes, but with the frequent crime, including murders, car theft, and drug trading all happening along its span, the road presents a number of other hazards, as well.

Dalton Highway in Alaska ranks number three on the list. This road runs through remote tundra and forest, and drivers will be unable to fuel up, find lodging, or a place to eat for a 240-mile stretch. If you are unlucky enough to experience an emergency on Dalton Highway, do not expect help to arrive quickly.

Fourth place is  awarded to US Route 1 in Florida, which is a busy road that accommodates trucks, commuters, and tourists. Route 99 in California takes the fifth spot. The road is frequently used by truck drivers and commuters leading to congestion and crashes. Interstate 15 in Nevada is also particularly deadly, as is Colorado's Route 55. The last three roads to make the list are Interstate 285 in Georgia, Route 2 in Montana, and Interstate 495 in Washington DC.

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Source:

https://zobuz.com/top-10-deadliest-highways-in-north-america-and-how-to-stay-safe/6089/

Category: Auto Accidents

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