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Think Toronto roads are bad? Try driving on this

Published February 26, 2013
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Think you have complaints about potholes on your neighborhood roads? More than likely they aren’t as bad as what Ukrainian motorists have to deal with on a daily basis.

It’s amazing people there actually put up with what you’re about to see. Thanks to the Russian dash cam phenomenon spreading to neighbouring Ukraine, one guy took a few minutes to film the sorry state of his country’s main highways and post it online. It’s no wonder there are so many accidents in this part of the world.

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This particular stretch of highway supposedly connects two major Ukrainian cities and it was only paved a few years ago when Ukraine co-hosted the Euro Cup soccer tournament.

Driving fast here will destroy your car and even going slow proves a hazard as cars swerve and nearly bump into one another to avoid potholes. And plentiful they are.

Source: CarBuzz.com

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