Once Around the Web: Steer Clear!
“We wanted to get to the bottom of exactly where caution should be taken, and found five places with perils you may not have ever considered, from South American back roads with poor track records to the most dangerous driving destinations in the U.S. So, whichever direction you’re headed in, buckle up and have a safe trip.”
Their Top Five:
- Johannesburg — Carjacking capital of the world
- Mississippi — The nation’s most dangerous roads
- Back roads of Bolivia — Some of the world’s most perilous back roads
- Pennsylvania — The deadliest animal in North America
- India — Roads with the most chaos—and the most cows
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