The Halsema Highway compared with the other most dangerous roads of the world, just looks childish, but it is not the case. The problem is in "hot" Croats who love to drive on sharp turns. So there are as many accidents as on the more dangerous roads.
The favorable news for the crowds of tourists, flooding the fishing village and the seaside resorts on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia is that they do not need to worry about the land mines left from the collapse of Yugoslavia. A much more serious threat poses the coastal roads and many Croats who drive very fast.
The most important rule of safety on the coastal road is to stick to the flow rate, and then observe the signs and the road markings and do not exceed the speed over 10 km / h. If you drive slower than the flow, the cars, the trucks and buses, will overtake even through a continuous and sharp turns in front of (these really are the drivers), and such a move would create dangerous situations for others. There are a lot of very old cars that have not been renovated, they are the best to stay away, they can break at any moment.
The Halsema Highway landscapes are very beautiful and sometimes look so fascinating that it is impossible not to drive on this road and at the same time not be distracted by the road.
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