The death toll on the A9, Scotland's most dangerous road, makes sickening reading.
Between 2006 and 2010 there were 67 fatalities, and more than 200 accidents each year. In 2011 there were 14 deaths, 13 of them on the deadly stretch between Perth and Inverness. And last month alone, four people died in collisions, images of which were splashed across TV screens and newspapers, showing people how unsafe a route this is.
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