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The 19 most dangerous roads in the world

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That was pretty interesting. The road in Nambia, doesn't even look like a road. Sme of the roads would scare teh hell out of me, especially the one with the bus on the edge there..

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you want danger try driving traffic circles in new jersey now thats dangerous!

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you want danger try driving traffic circles in new jersey now thats dangerous!

Whatever,,Any Road my Mother in Law is driving on is dangerous...I have a GPS on her car so I know where to avoid her:laugh:

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Whatever,,Any Road my Mother in Law is driving on is dangerous...I have a GPS on her car so I know where to avoid her:laugh:
That's funny....:laugh:

Check out this road:

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gu0OOMpdvew]YouTube - Most Dangerous Roads[/ame]

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