According to EuroRAP (European body composed of the most important European automobile clubs), the roads in our country are valued as safe or very safe. Nevertheless, there are 7.3% of analyzed road sections that are considered dangerous or very dangerous. Therefore, drivers have to take special care when driving on these so-called black spots, since we, otherwise, can seriously jeopardize our physical integrity and our vehicle can end up in a junkyard in Tarifa.

When it comes to traffic accidents, often attributed to speeding, consumption of alcohol, fatigue, forgetfulness, etc. But the truth is that the state of the road is a very important factor regarding their claims, as it directly influences in an easy and smooth driving or, conversely, may complicate the movement, either by bad plotted curves, the asphalt bad or excessive traffic, among other things.

We can see all the black spots of our roads, including those in the province of Cadiz, in the following link: In this list we see that, the stretch between kilometers 412 and 424 of the N-322, located in the province of Albacete, is the black point considered most dangerous of all Spanish roads. Followed by the SC-21 La Coruna, whose section located between 0 and 1.2 kilometers is also assessed as very dangerous.

Regarding roads with higher accident data, Galicia is at the head, followed by the community of Cantabria and Extremadura. Meanwhile, the lowest rates are found in Madrid, La Rioja, Murcia, Navarra and the Basque Country.

The DGT recommends and safety guidelines available on its website the various dangerous sections of the Spanish road network, especially when planning a trip back roads we do not know. And always remember to exercise extreme caution slowing, respecting the safety distance and avoiding dangerous overtaking during these sections.

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