Concerns have been raised for further road safety improvements at an accident blackspot near Huddersfield.
And an increase in HGVs on the narrow stretch of the B6118 at Bellstring Lane is only making matters worse.
Just last Friday evening a silver car ended up in a field near Hopton Horse Centre.
It took place only weeks after another silver car and a Ford Transit van ended up in a field in separate incidents in nearby Highgate Lane in Upper Hopton.
There have been a series of crashes in the same area in recent months.
Kirkheaton resident Lulu Brown is calling for traffic calming measures.
She said: “On recent journeys along this road, between Grange Moor and Colne Bridge, I have been forced into the edge of the road, or forced to stop, by exceptionally large HGV vehicles, including several car transporters. These do not slow at all for oncoming traffic.
“The 40 mph speed limit seems inadequate to cope with the blind bends and narrowness of the road, even in daylight hours and dry conditions.
“The road through Flockton is protected by lower speed limits as well as narrowing interventions in its most dangerous areas. However, Kirklees seem reluctant to act in a similarly effective manner on the B6118.”
Kirklees Council has made a number of improvements including high friction surfacing on some of the bends along with double white lines and new reflective studs.
Lulu said: “A sign warning of high accident risk seems not to deter speedsters; only a physical intervention can deter them, either from using the route at all, or from driving without all caution.”