However, your chances of dying in a car accident vary greatly, depending on which particular road you're driving on, because, quite frankly, some roads are just more dangerous than others and that's. Why I've come up with this list? The top 13 most dangerous roads in the world? So what I've done is taken the latest figures available for various roads and countries to find out the most dangerous roads in the world and then what I've done is divided. The annual death toll for that road by the length of the road times that number by 10 to get the average death toll per 10 miles for that road, and then I rank the road accordingly. So without further ado here are the top 13 roads. You definitely want to avoid okay, then let's kick off our list of the most dangerous roads in the world, and the number 13 is the en one, two five in Portugal. So this is known as the AL Gulf Coast road and it snakes down the side of the country. Interestingly there's, actually a toll road which actually go round. It is much safer, much quicker, but people don't want to pay the tolls and, as a result, they all parked on to this coastal road, which is also used by a lot of visitors to the country, cuz it's, so picturesque. It gets rammed full of traffic. There'S lots of tailbacks people try to overtake one another and as a result, there are lots of accidents and on average there are 11 fatal accidents on that rope a year.
Now it stretches for 94 miles say when you did the math. The en 125 has an annual death toll, but, mr of 1.2, a number 12 is the Bruce Highway in Australia. So this has an average annual death toll of 1.9 it's how it is per ten miles, it's, actually a very long road it's over 1000 miles long. It links Brisbane with Cannes and there's 11 ports along the way, so it's actually used by loads and loads of freight traffic, it's very, very busy with up to 100000 vehicles on it per day. As a result, there's lots of overtaking caution to get past slow moving. Lorries and there's, actually not many safe places to overtake, but people still do it anyway. As a result, there are 202 fatality s along that structure Road per year. The place actually earned the nickname the highway of shame. I don't know if it's due to that statistic, maybe if you're Australian you can. Let me know in the comments below at number 11 is the i 45 in Texas, USA. So this road runs for two to 95 miles and it links Houston with Dallas. It gets very, very busy there's lots of freight traffic on it. It'S also used as a hurricane evacuation route, so they can get clogged with panic drivers and then it's also reported to be one of the worst places in the USA for drink driving. And when you did, the mass that works out to a death rate for 10 miles of to the i 4 in Florida USA is at number 10.
So this has an average annual death toll of 2.5 deaths per 10 miles, so it's known as the road to Disneyland, which sounds Pleasant but it's actually very, very dangerous. So the stretch runs for about 133 miles and it goes from Tampa Daytona Beach. All the way to Orlando and it's actually most dangerous around the Disneyland area, because there's so much traffic and because there's so much traffic. It often requires a lot of roadwork, so you're entering into construction zones and lots of different speed limits. People get confused and then they have accidents and on average there are 33 fatalities on it per year. I mean this road is even famous for a chap landing his plane on it I mean that's, not gon. Na help matters is it. I know an iron. Is the BR one one six in Brazil, so this is actually the second longest road in Brazil. It runs for about two thousand eight hundred miles down the Atlantic coast, however I'm particularly interested in a section of it from large s through side parallel to Keller's, and that runs for about five hundred and forty three Mars, and on average there are 241 deaths on It per year, which means an average death toll per 10 miles of four point. Four fatality, x' now part of this route actually runs along a highway called the Rideau via regis Bittencourt, which is nicknamed the highway of death. I mean that's worrying enough and reason to stay away.
The biggest problem is that it's very, very twisty goes to the mountains. The weather changes a lot and it's got lots of Freight on it, and heavy goods vehicles only mix up with the cars and all the bad conditions. It is the kind of place you want to stay away from. If you, the i 285 in atlanta, georgia is at number eight. So this is a ring road that surrounds atlanta and it runs for 64 miles, but it's, absolutely huge, it's up to 12 lanes wide in places and it's round full of traffic on average. There are two million vehicles using it a day and there's loads of HGVs on it, because they're not allowed to go through atlanta unless they're delivering goods there. So it's plugged with lorries as well as other traffic as well, and it has weird twists and turns in places which are quite surprising and they obviously catch quite a few drivers out because it ends up with twenty nine fatalities a year. So went into the mass that works out to 4.5 deaths per 10 miles on average annually. Animus evan is a zaji low pass in Ladakh India. Now this has an annual death rate of 6.8 Mars it's, actually a very short road. It only runs for about 16 miles but it's in the Kashmir region, in the Himalayas, so it's high up in the mountains and in places it's just so narrow, with sheer drop offs and it's unpaved plus the weather is really bad.
So often you can get blown off the side of the road. It really is very scary. On average, there are 11 deaths per year, but there's one even war, because they're not well reported. However, the Indian government is doing something about it, they're actually going to build a tunnel to bypass it, so that should bring the death rate down the Entune. South Africa is at number six visitings k, town with a mellow, and it runs for 1409 miles. So pretty long but there's loads of fatal accidents on it. In fact, one thousand and ninety five people died on it per year on average, which means you've got an annual death rate of 7.8 deaths per 10 miles. Now. The problem with this road is the fact that it's got lots of speeders on it. There'S, lots of drunk drivers as well combine that with lots of slow moving goods beer cause, then you get impatient drivers trying to overtake them and result in a lot of head on collisions at number. Five is the a 104 Teramo Road in Kenya. This has an annual death rate if 11.5 fatality is per 10 miles, the road itself runs fortuigence, MTN Mars and it links the Kenyan capital Nairobi with malabo, which is on the Ugandan border, and it actually provides traffic from Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi, all of which a Landlocked to Kenya's main port Mombasa and it accounts for 70 percent of all traffic between those areas, so it's rammed full of vehicles.
So when you combine that with the fact that you've got lots of speed is on there and drunk drivers and the fact that truckers like to freewheel to save fuel so that they can then sell it on later for a profit and the fact that the trucker's, Often have a rivalry against bus drivers it's, no wonder that there are 320 deaths on it per year, the Commonwealth Avenue in caisson City in the Philippines isn't number 4. This has an annual death rate of 12.5 fatalities per 10 miles, it's, actually quite a short road. It only runs for 8 miles and it links Kazon city with Corino highway, but the problem with it is that it's really wide and very busy. So in places it's six lanes wide, but in others it's 18 lanes wide and it's. Actually, the widest road in the Philippines and absolutely round front of cars, motorcycles, trucks, bicycles and pedestrians. It has no street lighting, very poor science, dreadful drainage, so it's often flooded as a resort. You end up with about 10 deaths on it per year, even though it's quite a short road and number three is a c5 EDSA and Roxas Boulevard Ram Manila in the Philippines. So the c5 in the EDSA has semicircular ring roads surrounding Manila and they're linked by the Roxas Boulevard, which is a coastal road and the stretch in total works out to about 40 miles and on it each year, they're around 65 deaths.
So you get a death rate of 16.25 per ten miles each year. Now. The main problem with this road is that there's a lot of trucks on it and motorcycles and the two don't mix very well. Most of the deaths are motorcyclists. They'Re pedestrians don't fare too well either because there's not really many crossings and the road is just so busy let's expand Tibet Highway in China is at number two. These things, King, do in Sichuan, China, with the hawser in Tibet and it's, used frequently by tourists and freight vehicles. It runs for 1400 miles so it's very long, but there's absolutely loads of deaths on it 7500 Titus a year, which means that you get a death rate of 56 deaths per 10 miles, which is nuts there. When you look at the road, it is nuts, so it snakes through 14 different mountains. In 124 miles section, there are 99 unprotected hairpin, so you can just drop off the edge in certain places, it's single track. The road surface is terrible. There'S: lots of landslides, bad weather, an absolute nightmare yeah that didn't stop some guy in a Ferrari f12 and a bunch of his mates in a procession of Maseratis trying to drive along it for some reason, dinner well at number, one with a death rate of 70 Fatality is per 10 Mars. The most dangerous road in the world is the youngest road in Bolivia, so this runs for forty three Mars and Lynx LaPaz with caroico in the youngest region and on it each year there are 300 fatalities.
I mean this is a really scary, looking road, so it's very narrowing places, sheer drops it's up a cliff and there's no guardrail most of the time it. Why would you drive on it if people do in fact, it's a huge hit with cyclists around 25000? Go there each year to check it out, despite the fact it's been nicknamed the death Road now, in one place known as the old road, you actually drive on the left hand side of the road not in Bolivia, they drive on the right, but they switch it Around for this, so it allows you to see just how close the edge your car is. More sounds frightening. Now the Bolivian government haven't proved the road to the fits of guardrails in places and try to just make it a lot safer, but it's still super dangerous. I hope you all enjoyed the video now you might be wondering why there aren't any British roads on this list that's, because I wrote it generally quite safe. However, if I was doing this video 10 years ago, I would have included one the a 682 in North Yorkshire. Now this runs for 14 miles and it links long Preston with Barrow field and it's a huge hit with bikers and back in the day. It had a fatality rate as seven deaths per 10 miles, but since then the local authorities and police have done a lot of campaigning and raising awareness of the dangers of the road, and now the death rate has fallen to 0.
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