New Zealand Dangerous Intersections Map

Map of dangerous intersections in New Zealand

If you are traveling to New Zealand and not used to driving on the left-hand side here are some intersections that you should be aware of.  These are dangerous intersections that have had a history of accidents.

 I can provide some general tips to improve intersection safety:
  1. Follow traffic rules: Obey traffic signals, stop signs, and speed limits when approaching and navigating intersections.
  2. Stay alert: Pay close attention to your surroundings, looking for pedestrians, cyclists, and other vehicles.
  3. Use indicators: Signal your intentions early and clearly to communicate with other road users.
  4. Yield the right of way: Understand and adhere to right-of-way rules at intersections to prevent collisions.
  5. Avoid distractions: Refrain from using mobile phones or engaging in any other distracting activities while driving.
  6. Check blind spots: Before making a turn or changing lanes at an intersection, ensure you check blind spots to avoid collisions.
It's also worth noting that local authorities in New Zealand, such as the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA), regularly monitor and assess intersections for safety concerns. They may have resources available, such as reports or maps, that highlight high-risk intersections in the country.

For the most accurate and up-to-date information on dangerous intersections in New Zealand, I recommend consulting local traffic safety resources, reaching out to transportation authorities, or checking official reports or publications on road safety in the country.