The most dangerous roads to drive around the world

Bolivia's "Death Road" doesn't get its name from nowhere. The single-lane dirt road clings to rock face the whole way down, threatening to cast riders off the edge if they're distracted for just a moment. And the threat is real. Each year, some 300 drivers and cyclists fly off the route and perish on the 11,000-foot descent from the Andes to the rainforest.