We all know South Africa's roads can be rather perilous. From potholes to bad drivers and a lack of policing, it can be downright risky driving on certain roads in South Africa. The Road Accident Fund has assessed vehicle accident data to compile a list of the most dangerous roads in South Africa. Some may surprise you...
Limpopo tops the list as the most dangerous province to drive in. According to the Road Traffic Management Corporation, the N1 is the most dangerous road to drive on in the country, specifically the area between Mokopane and Louis Trichardt. Top causes of fatal accidents along this stretch of road include fatigue, speeding and reckless driving.
Provinces that do not appear on the list include the Western Cape, Northern Cape, North West and Free State.
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