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Who takes the national crash crown?

The nation’s most dangerous road is *drumroll* Plenty Road in Bundoora. Melbourne may be famous for coffee and street art, but it’s also home to Australia’s number one crash hotspot. Springvale Road (running through Glen Waverley and Springvale in Melbourne), comes in second and third on our list.

What’s the most common accident type?

Watch out for the car in front of you! Nose-to-tail collisions are the most common crash type in all our top hotspots, apart from Perth and Hobart.

Failure to give way gets the number one spot in Perth, and if you’re in Hobart, be careful of car park dings!

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The AAMI Crash Index is based on motor accident insurance claims made by customers of all AAI Limited’s portfolio of brands including AAMI, GIO, Suncorp Insurance, Shannons, APIA, Bingle, CIL Insurance, Vero Insurance, and Essentials by AAI. Claims data was calculated from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020.

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