Highway Mexico 150D is a windy 6 lanes highway that links Mexico City and Puebla with a length of 130 kilometers. It’s a mountainous highway topping out at 3.230m (10,597ft) above the sea level.
This is one of the deadliest highways in Mexico, mainly because drivers don’t know how to take curves properly or simply because of speeding. Add the danger of weather clemency, constant rainfalls, fog also frequent snowfalls in winter time, drivers with 0 skills ability or knowledge of how to drive with snow or ice.. All together makes this road one of the deadliest in the country. CAPUFE (Mexico federal agency of roads and bridges), counts an average 1863 accidents per year.
Road suggested by: Eblem Torres