U.S. Highway 93 Is 200 Miles Of White-Knuckle Driving In Arizona That’s Not For The Faint Of Heart

Arizona is full of roads with twists and turns galore, but this one just might take the cake. US-93, a highway with a southern terminus in Wickenburg, is 200 miles of pure white-knuckle driving. It’s a lot safer than it used to be, but the thrills of a curve-filled road are still undeniably there.

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Have you ever driven on US-93? If so, is it as scary as people say? Let us know your thoughts, and check out our previous article for more terrifying roads: The 7 Most Terrifying Drives You Can Possibly Take In Arizona.

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Address: US-93, Kingman, AZ, USA