Do you drive through any of these national crash hot spots?
New crash data shows the roads most likely to bend fenders in metropolitan centres around the country.
Constantly congested, Plenty Road in Bundoora, Melbourne takes outright honours on the ‘avoid’ list. The three lane road leads the nation as the location most likely to see you exchanging details with another driver… or exchanging paint with a tram.
Do any of these newly minted black spots look a little too familiar?
- Melbourne – Plenty Road, Bundoora
- Sydney – Hume Highway – Liverpool
- Brisbane – Gympie Bend, Chermside
- Perth – Albany Highway, Carrington
- Canberra – Monaro Highway, Hume
- Adelaide – The Parade, Norwood
- Hobart – Argyle Street, Hobart and Sandy Bay Road, Hobart (tied)
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