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The study went on to list Chennai as the city with most dangerous roads, as it recorded 7,486 accidents in 2016, followed by Delhi which recorded 7,375 accidents. Bengaluru, Indore and Kolkata, rounded up the top five positions in the list, respectively. With 12.8 per cent of total road accidents, the state of Uttar Pradesh saw the highest road accidents, followed by Tamil Nadu (11.4), Maharashtra (8.6) and Karnataka (7.4). An interesting discovery of the report was the fact that cities with a large population saw majority of accidents. The report said that 50 cities with million-plus populations accounted for 18.7 per cent of all road accidents and 11.8 per cent of all accidents deaths. The report also found that newest vehicles featured in most of the accidents. Vehicles with usage age of 0-5 years featured in 40.3 per cent of the accidents, while those of 5-10 usage years featured in 32.7 per cent of accidents.