An average of 336 accidents occur every day on roads across the country (Photo: Shutterstock)

These are the 10 Scottish roads with the highest number of accidents

In a period of five years, Britain’s roads have witnessed more than 670,000 accidents that have resulted in injury or death

Thursday, 30th April 2020, 7:30 am

On Britain’s biggest roads (which include A-roads and motorways) during the period between 1 January 2014 and 31 December 2018, there was an average of 10.4 accidents that caused injury or death per mile. An average of 336 accidents occur every day on roads across the country, according to 2018 figures, resulting in an average of 439 casualties per day. These serious accidents are most likely to happen with a male driver; a driver aged 26 to 35; on a Friday; between 5pm and 6pm; and on an A-road. But which roads are the most dangerous in Scotland? Listed are the 10 most hazardous stretches of A-roads and motorways in Scotland, according to data between 2014 and 2018. Photos are for illustrative purposes only.

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