February 18, 2021

The Best and Worst Places to Drive in the World

Whether that’s because of the quality of the road surface, the number of cars on the road, the number of accidents that occur on the roads or even the cost of fuel, some roads are just more enjoyable to drive on than others. But where are the best and worst places in the world to be a motorist in 2020? A new study released today by AllCarLeasing reveals the best and worst countries in the world for driving. 

According to the list, it seems the smaller the country, the worse the roads are to drive on, potentially because there isn’t as much space or allocation of funds to keep the roads at their best for driving. But where in the world are the best and worst places to drive? Check out the full list below!

Top 3 Best Places to Drive in the World

🇲🇽 1. Mexico is the best country to drive in the world. Fuel is $0.92 per litre, which is one of the cheapest, the road quality is 4.5/7, there are 297 cars per 1,000 people and there are only 31.78 accidents per 100,000 vehicles. 
 
🇳🇱 2. Netherlands comes in second. Fuel is $1.82 per litre, road quality is a staggering 6.4/7, there are 487 cars per 1,000 people and there are 223 accidents per 100,000 vehicles. 
 
🇨🇱 3. Chile comes in third. Fuel is $1.01 per litre, the road quality is 5.2/7, there are 230 cars per 1,000 people and there are 883 accidents per 100,000 vehicles. 

Top 3 Worst Places to Drive in the World

🇮🇸 1. Iceland is the worst country in the world to drive in. Fuel is $1.63, road quality is 4.1/7, there are a staggering 824 cars for every 1,000 people and there are 276 accidents per 100,000 vehicles.  
 
🇮🇹 2. Italy is the second worst country in the world to drive in. With one of the most expensive prices for fuel at $1.69 per litre, road quality of 4.4/7, 655 cars per 1,000 people and 434 accidents per 100,000 vehicles. 
🇳🇿 3. New Zealand is the third worst country. It costs $1.46 per litre of fuel, road quality is 4.5/7, there are a whopping 860 cars per 1,000 people. 

 

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