Countries With The Most And Least Car-Crash Deaths

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The rate of car crash fatalities varies across different countries, and a new report highlights which nations have the deadliest roads and the safest ones.

The global average is 18 car-crash deaths per 100,000 people per year. (The United States is in the middle of the pack, ranking 97th with 14.)

The following lists have been compiled from the 193 countries surveyed in the report.

First the 10 countries with the highest car-crash fatality rates, accompanied by the number of road accident deaths per 100,000 people:

1. Namibia                              45

2. Thailand                             44

3. Iran                                     38

4. Sudan                                  36

5. Swaziland                           36

6. Venezuela                           35

7. Congo                                 34

8. Malawi                                32

9. Dominican Republic           32

10. Iraq                                   32

 

Here are the 10 countries rounding out the bottom of the list, with the car crash fatality rates:

184. Switzerland                     5

185. Netherlands                   4

186. Antigua and Bermuda   4

187. Tonga                              4

188. Israel                               4

189. Marshall Islands                         4

190. Fiji                                   4

191. Malta                              3

192. Tajikistan                        3

193. Maldives                                     2

 

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