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The road in Namibia is not a road. It is a routine
Namibia. Not only is the accident rate high, but the mortality rate is also high. Of course, there are also some reasons for the backward rescue system and lazy style in Africa, and that there is almost no signal. In the road section, in fact, in the self-driving process in Namibia, basically more than 90% of the road sections do not receive any signals, which does not include the secluded path.
But Namibia can choose to travel in addition to chartered cars, but also self-driving, because the country itself lacks systematic transportation, and the distance between the city and the city is relatively far, basically five hours is quite normal.
As an old driver who has driven through Europe, America and Oceania, he has experienced six hours of self-driving in a whirlpool storm. He tried the three-digit foggy road in Iceland and completed the 12-day 8,000-kilometer self-driving feat, but in Namibias 3,000-kilometer self-driving still experiences various wars.
But I have to say that the fun of driving in Namibia is something that many places can't understand.
Namibia's roads can be divided into B, C, D, F, and M grades depending on road conditions. Class B is the highest quality road in Namibia. It is basically a two-way two-lane asphalt road, such as B1, B2, B4, B6, etc., which runs through several major cities and attractions, but does not form an island around Iceland. Highway 1. Moreover, the B-level road section is not a safe road section. For example, the B2 can even be listed as a high-risk road section. This will be explained in detail below. The
C-level road section is actually not much distinguishable. According to the official definition, the C-class road should be a relatively flat dirt road with less gravel. However, I have also experienced a paved road like C22, C30. Gravel roads, as well as the C14, a gravel mountain road with a cliff threat, some road conditions are not even as good as D and M. Therefore, the sections below C are still to be analyzed one by one, but the overall relative D section will generally be better, at least the road surface will be wider. The
D section is generally worse than the C section, but there are exceptions, such as the D section of the Red Desert, which is completely comparable to the Class B road. Of course, this exception is less, and in the process of going through the C30 section, Partially navigated to the D section is closed road. In this case, the F section is more obvious. Therefore, it is necessary to be cautious when selecting the D section, especially the F section. There are 3 sections of the
M section, one is the M131 of Harnas, the other is Etosha to a small section of M63 in walvis, and the other is the road of Sossusvlei back to Windhoek. The overall feeling is that the road is spacious except for the C-level section. A little bit, nothing else, anyway, it is a seesaw road, men do not hurt the waist.
Posted: 28 Nov 2018
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