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The Most Dangerous Roads In The World List Includes One Stretch In BC

A list of the most dangerous roads in the world has been released by insurance company Budget Direct and one stretch of highway in Canada made the cut.

As it turns out, the Trans-Canada Highway between Revelstoke and Golden is apparently the most dangerous road in Canada. According to the study, there were 38 fatal crashes on this stretch of road in just nine years between 2004 and 2013.

The Most Dangerous Roads In The World List Includes One Stretch In BC Government of BC

The drive between the two B.C. towns is about an hour and 45 minutes long and if you've ever done the drive yourself, you may have noticed that it's not only windy but there's also a massive drop-off on the side.

Roads in the area are also known for the presence of wildlife and, come winter, it can get pretty slick.

While this section of the Trans-Canada Highway was the only Canadian road to make the list, several others from North America were named including Interstate 45, which runs from Galveston to Dallas through Houston, Texas.

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