Asteroids in our asteroid belt are further apart than the distance between Earth and the moon. So if there's not a danger of landing on Hutta without crashing on Nar Shaddaa, then there wouldn't be a danger of landing on an Asteroid.
That's true, but in Star Wars they're often a lot closer. I mean, our asteroid belt doesn't even look like a belt to the naked eye. It can't be seen because of its density (or lack thereof). If asteroid belts in SW resembled how they work in real life, the Millennium Falcon would never have been able to escape through the asteroid field near Hoth because it would've posed no danger to the Imperial ships and they'd have been easily pursued and shot to bits.
Not trying to argue with you or anything! I just like talking about nutso sci-fi physics. Like my theory/headcanon that space in SW isn't a vacuum, but actually aether
, explaining why starfighters behave like fighter jets operating in atmospheres and why ships that lose power seem to experience drag and fall down out of orbit for no reason.