- The longest E-road is E 40, which is more than 8,000 km (5,000 mi) long, connecting France with Kazakhstan.
- The shortest E-roads are E 844, 22 km (14 mi), in Italy
- Northernmost is E 69, North Cape, Norway, 71°10' N
- Westernmost is E 01, Lisbon, Portugal, 9°10' W
- Southernmost is E 75, Crete, Greece, 35°6' N
- Easternmost is E 127, Maikapshagai, Kazakhstan, 85°36' E
- The highest E-road is E 008 which reaches 4272 m (13562 ft) altitude in the Pamir Mountains in Tajikistan.
- The highest E-road in Europe is E 62 reaching 2005 m (6365 ft) at the Simplon Pass, Switzerland.
- The lowest E-road is E 39 which reaches 262 m (832 ft) below sea level in the Bømlafjord Tunnel, Norway.
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