Nobody wants to get into a car accident while they drive around Santa Fe. We all know that when we drive we run the risk of getting into an accident. Santa Fe, New Mexico has about a million visitors every year. That makes the risk even that much higher.
The Good News
Good news though, were here to help you plan out the safest way to get around Santa Fe. Definitely use this post to plan the safest way to your favorite art gallery. Or just stay home and watch Netflix reruns because that's safest.
You Could Just Stay Home
If you can't, or don't want to, watch Ali Wong Baby Cobra for the fifth time, here is what you need to know before you head out. Traveling on the 25 is risky, accidents there are typically severe, but still maybe not the most likely place you'll get into an accident. Santa Fe's surface streets definitely are where the majority of the accidents happen. According to data collected by the University of New Mexico the following three intersections in Santa Fe are the worst for car accidents:
Location 1: Cerrillos Rd and Rodeo Rd
Location 2: Cerrillos Rd and Siler Rd
Location 3: Cerrillos Rd and St Francis Dr
Where to Avoid
Did you see the pattern? The auto accident gods are telling you to stay clear of Cerrillos Rd next time you're out driving around. That road is riddled with car accidents. You don't want to be there.
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If you happen to get in a car accident driving around Santa Fe, you should give us a call for a free consultation. All our personal injury cases are done on contingency basis, you pay nothing until we recover money for you.