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A total of 203 people were killed in road accidents last year, 34 more than the year before, figures by the National Road Administration show.
The figures show the highest road toll since 2002, when 200 people died on Estonian roads.
January 20, 2007 in General/Faits divers | Permalink
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It constantly amazes me how much money and time Estonians have to give up to get driver's licenses, and then they drive like maniacs.
I would rather be on the road in Greece than Estonia. Latvia is even worse.
January 26, 2007 at 15:01
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