9. Luxor-Hurghada Road, Egypt
The road linking Luxor and Hurghada (in case you hadn't guessed) gets hairy at night, because most drivers don't turn their lights on. Cue massive head-on collisions and high fatality rates.
But things can get more dicey if you turn your lights on — bandits and terrorists patrol the roads and happily shoot passers-by.
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