(WWJ) -- As Americans hit the road this holiday season, those traveling along I-75 may want to exercise some extra caution.
A new report compiled by Zebra.com takes a look at the ten most dangerous roads in the U.S., along with sections of the country that have a high motor vehicle fatality rate.
The report is based on data collected from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) from 2019 through 2020.
According to the website, I-75 was found to be the fourth most dangerous highway in the U.S., as it runs though several high-traffic areas including Detroit, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Tampa and Fort Myers.
The highway was also found to be particularly dangerous during the winter months, and had a total of 237 fatalities or 13.27 fatalities per 100 miles in 2019.
The most dangerous highway in the U.S. is Interstate 95 (I-95), followed by Interstate 20 (I-20) and Interstate 5 (I-5). Along with I-75, Interstate 35 (I-35) rounded out the top five.
Other key findings from the study include:
--Vehicle fatalities increased by an estimated 7.2% from 2019 to 2020.
--Wyoming, New Mexico and South Carolina had the most vehicular crashes per 100,000 people.
--Hillsborough County in Florida, which houses the city of Tampa, had the highest number of fatalities in the nation, 15 per 100,000 people.
Read more on the report from Zebra.com here.