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Common theory questions

On what types of roads is the risk greatest that you, as a car driver, is killed in a traffic accident?

The individual risk of being killed as a driver in a traffic accident is lowest on new and modern motorways. The risk is highest on two-way traffic roads with one lane in each direction with a speed limit of 90 or 100 km/h.

When a two-way traffic road with a lot of traffic and a high speed limit is made meeting-free (for example with a central barrier), mortality is estimated to decrease by 80-90%.