Which toll road is the safest?
The United States has the most dangerous roads in the world, but it’s not just because of the sheer volume of people who use them.
The toll road industry in the U.S. has been growing steadily over the past decade, with a staggering 8.3 million people driving on them each year.
In 2014, a record 7.4 million Americans were driving on the roads, according to a report by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The most dangerous toll road in the United States is the one at the top of this article.
This toll road has become a major source of tragedy in recent years.
Last month, a 26-year-old Texas man was killed when his SUV crashed into a tree at the toll plaza at the Oklahoma-Texas state line.
The crash occurred after a pedestrian in a wheelchair was hit by a car traveling on the toll road.
There are no fatalities on the Oklahoma toll road, but there were five fatalities on Texas toll roads in 2015, and more than 100 fatalities in 2016.
The accident at the Texas toll road happened after a car travelling on the highway struck another car traveling along the highway.
This accident resulted in a fatal crash in July, when the vehicle was travelling at speeds of up to 50 miles per hour.
In May of this year, a tractor-trailer carrying goods was traveling on Texas Toll Road when it was hit and killed by a tractor driven by a man driving a motorcycle.
The tractor was carrying a tractor trailer that was in the way of the truck.
The truck was not equipped with an anti-lock braking system and the driver did not use the lane change signal when he struck the truck, the report states.
In November of last year, two people were killed when their SUV was struck by a truck traveling along Texas Toll Roads highway.
The drivers were identified as Andrew Jackson and Jonathan Bower, both from Texas.
In January, a driver in New Mexico was killed by his truck after it struck a tree on the Texas Toll road.
The driver, Anthony G. Johnson, had been using the highway for nearly two decades, and was known to drive aggressively on the road.
He was driving his truck on the freeway when the crash occurred.
The state of New Mexico has taken steps to improve the safety of its toll road systems, but in May of 2017, a Texas driver was killed after being hit by an SUV travelling on Texas.
A truck was also involved in a crash that killed a child on the Interstate 40 near Fort Worth.
In June of 2016, a motorist was killed in a collision on the southbound lanes of the tollway.
A Texas Department of Transportation officer was traveling southbound on the eastbound tollway, when a tractor was traveling in the same direction.
The officer was struck and killed.
The Texas Department said the tractor was moving in the opposite direction of the other vehicles when the collision occurred.
There was no indication that the collision was related to the toll toll system.
The next year, in August, a truck driver died after his truck collided with a tractor while driving along the toll system, and another motorist died after they collided in a head-on collision on Interstate 80.
In September of 2017 a motorcyclist was struck on Interstate 40 in the head by a pickup truck traveling on a Texas toll highway.
Another motorcyclists life was taken by a passing car.
In August, an accident occurred in Oklahoma on the interstate, when three people were ejected from their pickup truck while it was travelling on a toll road between Oklahoma City and Norman.
According to the report, “the driver of the pickup truck did not have a seat belt on when the occupants of the vehicle struck him.”
There were no fatalities in the crash, and the truck driver was taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries.
In March of 2018, a passenger in a pickup was hit with a vehicle on the I-40 interstate.
The vehicle was traveling at speeds exceeding 50 miles an hour.
According in the report “the vehicle was speeding and it hit the pickup driver in the rear, causing minor injuries.
The pickup driver was treated at the scene and released.
The report also noted that “no one was wearing a seatbelt.”