Five areas in Wales have some of the safest roads in Britain.
Analysis of road accidents recorded by the Department for Transport showed over half of accidents happen between 21 and 30mph and with T-junctions the blackspots.
The data shows that Kent has the most dangerous roads in the UK says Uswitch, which has looked at the figures.
Government recorded 131,369 deaths or serious injuries on Britain’s roads in four years up to 2019.
Four out of five local authorities in the East of England had the highest number of casualties with Essex, Hampshire and Surrey following Kent.
Away from the south east the safest roads were found in parts of Scotland, with Merthyr Tydfil, Torfaen, Blaenau Gwent, Vale of Glamorgan and Anglesey completing the top ten safest roads.
The results of the study show that the majority of incidents involved people aged between 24 and 55 years old, with almost half (46%) of all recorded casualties falling within this age bracket.
The data also highlighted a gender split, with 7 out of 10 (69%) accidents involving men.
Other reports have indicated that rural Wales has some of the more dangerous roads due to weather, speed and the amount of holiday motorists using them.