10 countries with the most dangerous roads in the world


Road users in low and middle income countries are more than twice as likely to die in a traffic accident, according to WHO data.

10. Peru:

Road accident death rate in Peru is about 14 per 100,000.

9. Indonesia:

In Indonesia, an average of 15 of every 100,000 die in road accidents.

8. Columbia:

According to the WHO report, death rate in Columbia is about 17 per 100,000 people.

7. India:

There’s potholes, pedestrians, lorries coming the wrong way, children and bicycles spontaneously crossing the road and the lot.

17 per 100,000 people die in road accidents.

6. Russia:

It isn’t a surprise if you see Russians indulging in fisty cuffs over a road rage matter.

Traffic related deaths are high in the country with 19 deaths per 100,000 people.

5. China:

China is a massive country with a massive population. Traffic related deaths in China stand at about 19 per 100,000.

4. Brazil:

Even in a terrible grid lock, such as this, drivers are neatly lined up.

Trafficrelated deaths are higher than most countries at about 23 per 100,000 people.

3. Malaysia:

24 deaths in traffic related accidents per 100,000 people.

2. South Africa:

25 deaths in traffic related accidents per 100,000 people.

1. Thailand:

The country has the world’s worst drivers, with a road-traffic death rate of 36.2 per 100,000 population.


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