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July 5, 2017

10 Deadly Dangerous Roads You Would Never Want To Drive On

Forget a bad driver but even the most experienced drivers are terrified to drive on these roads.Let us check out the list of most dangerous roads.

Passage du Gois Road, France

This 4.3 km long natural passage is flooded twice a day by the high tide or is otherwise wet and slippery to drive on.

Perdikaki-Patiopoulo Road, Greece

This 23.5 km long mountain road is too steep with an elevation change of almost 500m. It is incredibly narrow with lots of twists and turns and even has sheer drops on the edges with no guard rail.

Luxor-al-Hurghada Road, Egypt

Often called as a death trap, this road crosses rather remote areas with no help. Patrolling by bands of criminals and terrorists is the other cause of death on this road.

Taroko Gorge Road, Taiwan

This engineering masterpiece is full of blind corners, sharp turns and narrow lanes that cut through mountains and cliffs.

Skippers Canyon Road, New Zealand

This 16.5 miles scenic road is unbelievably scary for being too narrow and is never honored by rental car insurances.

Halsema Highway, Philippines

Safest during the months of March and April, but heavy rainfalls, fog, and rock slides make it a deadly road through the rest of the year.

Tianmen Mountain Road, China

Elevation change of 1100 meter and 99 hairpin turns make it too risky for your life to drive on this narrow road.

Eyre Highway, Australia

Often called as ‘Slaughter Alley’, this road covers most desolate and remote parts of the country which gives chance to bandits, wombats, camels, and kangaroos to welcome you.

Karakoram Highway, China to Pakistan

The mountainous road is dangerous, to begin with for being so high above sea-level. But add-on things like foggy weather, sudden floods, bandits, and terrorists make it more terrifying for the drivers.

Zoji La Pass, India

High winds and heavy snowfall make this road impassable to travel most of the year. The thick mud makes it terrible for even heavy trucks to drive on smoothly.
Have a look at this video below to know why it is always advised to stay clear of these roads

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