Our The Most Dangerous Highways top nine list at most09.com.
Why are some highways dangerous? Some crumble under the wheels, some turn into mud after rain, some are too narrow, some are threatened by snowfalls, some need extra driving skills, and some are in the middle of nowhere. The more things a driver can’t control, the more dangerous a highway gets.
1. The Atlantic Ocean Road
Built in Norway, this highway is an engineering achievement. It has spectacular turns and bridges, beautiful to look at but a real challenge for drivers.
2. Highway of Death
This Bolivian road is famous for its specific habit to crumble under the wheels if the car drives too close to the edge. It is also a touristic attraction.
3. Dhaka-Sylhet Highway
This highway in Bangladesh doesn’t look dangerous. It looks like an ordinary Asian highway but the figures show it has one of the highest death rates in the world.
4. The Coquihalla Highway
Where there is beauty, danger is not far away. If you don’t catch a snowfall on this spectacular Canadian highway, the driving becomes a continuous enjoyment.
5. National Highway 102
This Chinese highway has a deadly portion of almost 90 kilometers, between Tianjin and Hebei. In 2014, 149 people got killed in car accidents.
6. Halsema Highway
Parts of this highway in Phillipine are really dangerous, particularly during the rainy season. Landslides and slippery road endanger drivers and their car.
7. Federal Highway A360
This Russian highway connecting Moscow to Yakutsk is not necessarily deadly, but is surely hated. If rain comes you might be waiting for days in the mud .
This long Brazil highway has a nickname: “Highway to Hell”. Around 250 people are killed annually on this road.
9. James Dalton Highway
Drivers fancying this road in Alaska should know a few facts. This highway is in the middle of nowhere, winds are howling and landscape is beautifully strange.