If driving on Interstate 95 makes you fear for your life, there's good reason.
Five years of highway fatality data have found that Florida’s 382-mile stretch of the highway is the most dangerous road in the country, with the worst rate of fatal accidents, according to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data.
To determine a road’s ranking, the Daily Beast website, using the federal agency’s figures, broke each interstate into stretches within individual states. It tallied fatal accidents, rather than total fatalities, and then divided that by the number of miles of that state’s stretch.
I-95’s rate was 1.73 fatal accidents per mile in Florida for the five-year period from 2004 through 2008