The UK’s road network covers an impressive 245,000 miles, with approximately 40 million vehicles navigating them daily. The country’s roads have improved a lot since their humble beginnings 2000 years ago, but not all roads have been created (or maintained!) equal. As the people who spend the most time and travel the most miles on this nation’s roads do you know what the best and worst roads to drive on are?
The leaves are falling off the trees and there’s a certain chill in the air as the time of year approaches when everyone shares their best ghost stories and attempt to scare their friends, but it isn’t just houses that are haunted – throughout the UK there have been numerous reports of supernatural activity on many roads, highways and motorways.
Whether you’re superstitious or not, have you experienced anything a bit weird on any of these allegedly haunted UK roads?
If you’re one of the many long-haul truckers who keeps the UK moving by ensuring deliveries are made overnight, you’ll know how important it is to have a well prepped night pack so you can try and turn your cab into a home from home. If you’re new to long-haul trucking it can take months of trial and error to find what useful extras you should pack to make life on the road more comfortable.