Before we start, we’re very aware that you’ve probably seen every single Fast and the Furious film multiple times and are more than likely a wonderful driver.

But, essentially, even if you are Dominic Toretto behind the wheel, you would still find yourself thinking very hard and long before driving down any one of these 15 roads we will be talking about.

When it comes to the conditions of these roads, there conditions that nobody can prepare for.

We have places that are nicknamed “the highway of death, “death lord,” and there is even one road that’s nickname translates to literally “the road that tolerates no mistakes.”

We have looked high and low to discover 15 of the most dangerous roads you can ever travel on. And we really do mean it, when we say these roads are dangerous.

You will also find that a few of these would almost be unforgettable because of how beautiful their sights are, along with how terrifying the roads could be. And are beautiful sightings really worth risking your well-being and life for? Probably not.

Whether it is other drives, steep heights, terrible conditions due to the weather, or, you know, the Taliban, every road on this list has enough danger to make it your last drive out if you make one wrong move. So always be very careful and cautious if you ever find yourself on any one of these roads.

Here are 15 roads that nobody would ever want to drive on. Give us your opinions!

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Atlanterhavsvein – Norway


Also known as the Atlantic ocean road, the Atlanterhavsein can be found on National Road 64 in Norway.

But don’t let the gorgeous views distract you from the significant risks that this road has to offer while traveling across it. The road stretches for roughly 5 miles and was built on small islands. This means if you do end up crashing, you are going straight into the ocean. Hopefully you’re a better swimmer than driver if that happens!

Waves are constantly crashing against the roadway and water is a constant risk on this road, and as you may have already thought of, this greatly increases the chances you have of hydroplaning.

Even if you are just an innocent pedestrian, you should always be ready for you impromptu surfing lesson.

Despite all of the potential dangers, this part of Norway is still recognized in various magazines and books as one of the best places to go on a road trip.