THE many accident-prone roads around a nation have been revealed.
Figures for a stretches of highway that valid many dangerous for Brits in 2017 have unclosed a nation’s collision hotspots – so are any of them nearby you?
Freedom of Information requests done by UK Carline found a M6 stretching from Chesire to Warwickshire to be a many dangerous place for motorists.
It saw a sum of 227 accidents final year widespread out opposite 100 miles of motorway.
Scotland’s A8 also saw 227 accidents in 2017 – homogeneous to around 5 each week.
Devon’s A30 came in during third place with 213 accidents, followed by a A35 in Dorset with 173.
For city drivers in a north west, Manchester Road was a site of 100 accidents, and a usually one in a tip 10 that wasn’t a motorway or A road.
And when it came to regions, Manchester also valid to be a area in a UK with a top collision rate, during 1,775 final year.
It was closely followed by Devon with 1,707 and West Mercia with 1,496.
Drivers opposite Scotland saw a sum of 6,253 collisions in a 12-month period.
Jonathan Nolan, ubiquitous manager during UK Carline, said: “Our investigate positively constructed some eye-opening statistics per a reserve of UK roads.
“Although a supervision and councils frequently make new pushing laws and take stairs to assistance people expostulate safely, we contingency take some-more caring while pushing and safeguard a vehicles have adequate reserve features.
“We wish a investigate has brought to light a dangers of pushing on these sold roads and inspire people to be some-more wakeful of their vicinity to strengthen their safety.”