Now we are showing a shocking article about countries with the highest road accidents and fatalities in the world. You may think it’s a pretty morbid topic, but also important to spoken about, so now Insider Monkey has published an article about it. Accidents can happen in a secend’s and many times people are innocent. But I think most of the accidents happen because of human fault. Someone drives too fast, or he/she is too tired, or – yes, or someone is drunken. I think no excuse for those who drink and drive. Since I got my driving licence, never in my life have I driven when I drink.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three countries with the highest road accidents and fatalities in the world.
The first one is Mozambique. Yet another African country finds itself in our rather notorious list of countries with the highest road accidents and fatalities in the world, however, Mozambique is from the Southern part of the continent of Africa. With a mortality rate of 31.6 per hundred thousand inhabitants, and many more injuries it is quite safe to say that in Mozambique drivers are really having a hard time. Unfortunately, as we move up on the list, things will only get worse from here. The second country is Iran that is infamous for a lot of reasons, and ever since the “Islamic Revolution” there has been bad blood between the western world and Iran. However, here is yet another issue that is not that good about Iran. The fatality rate per hundred thousand inhabitants is really very high. Iran has been imposed with a lot of sanctions, and thus the country’s infrastructure has suffered severely. Combine that with the only ability of their automobile industry to produce sub-par vehicles, and you have a big problem. The last country is Tanzania. At number 6 on our list of countries with the highest road accidents and fatalities in the world, we have Tanzania an East African country, home to the plains of the Serengeti National Park. If you are into Safaris, then you are probably aware of this country, but one thing those flashy tourism flyers does not tell you is that the country’s road conditions are some of the worst in the world. This does not mean you should not visit the country, but be careful when you are driving around in populated areas in Tanzania.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 13 countries with the highest road accidents and fatalities in the world.