Uber Drivers Here Have It Pretty Good
The next time a rider isn’t at the pickup point or complains that you’re not stocking their favourite brand of mint, remember how lucky you are not to be driving in a country where you take your life in your hands every day.
The following list of the 20 most dangerous places in the world to drive is in no particular order and is based on several studies and analyses by the World Health Organization and research by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, which did its own study. Both calculate the rate of traffic fatalities per 100,000 inhabitants.
The causes are a combination of atrocious road conditions, the absence of traffic rules or the total ignoring of them, absence of law enforcement, suicidal pedestrians and animals, and social instability.
So, next time you’re forced to wait at a red light for 60 seconds, take a moment to be grateful that there is one and that everyone obeys it.
Don’t Be an Uber Driver in
Sao Tome and Principe
Democratic Republic of Congo
Central African Republic
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