BRITAIN’S deadliest highway is a A1 joining London and Edinburgh, with 172 people killed on it in a decade.
The M6 had a many deaths for a motorway during 160, while a A38 had top series of accidents altogether during 8,698.
Research also suggested there were 152 deaths on a A6, 142 on a A40, 123 on a M4, 91 on a M5 and 80 on a M25 over a same period.
The M6 is a deadliest motorway, yet it racked adult 331 fewer accidents than a M25 and 275 fewer than a M1.
M25 drivers are a many collision prone, with a London orbital motorway recording 7,673 crashes compared to 7,617 on a M1.
The safest motorway was found to be a M49.
Crashes forsaken by a entertain in a 2007 to 2016 period, Freedom of Information total showed.
Insurance attorney Carole Nash, that performed them, called a solid tumble “very positive”.
No one had died in an collision on 35 per cent of a roads analysed, including 8 of a 51 motorways.
The information was performed following a Freedom of Information ask to a Department for Transport.
It looked during all reported highway incidents on UK roads between 2007-2016.
Rebecca Donohue, from Carole Nash, said: “It is really certain yet to note that a series of accidents is usually dwindling year-on-year, that is covenant to highway users and those who make a reserve precautions on the highways.”
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