Allstate study ranks best and worst cities to drive in

Tuesday 28th, August 2012 / 15:05
Allstate study ranks best and worst cities to drive in

The Car Connection has recently reported the cities with the best and worst drivers. Data was taken from Allstate’s America’s best Drivers Report from 2009-2010.

The story notes that Allstate writes about 10% of all U.S. auto policies, giving credibility to Allstate’s data.

The following data comes from The Car Connection’s report:

Cities with the best drivers:
5. Lincoln, Nebraska (12.4 years between accidents)
4. Madison, Wisconsin (13 years between accidents)
3. Fort Collins, Colorado (13.6 years between accidents)
2. Boise, Idaho (13.8 years between accidents)
1. Sioux Falls, South Dakota (13.8 years between accidents)
Safest “big” cities (with more than 1 million residents)
5. Houston, Texas (7.9 years between accidents)
4. Chicago, Illinois (7.9 years between accidents)
3. San Antonio, Texas (8.3 years between accidents)
2. San Diego, California (8.8 years between accidents)
1. Phoenix, Arizona (10.2 years between accidents)

Cities with the worst drivers:
10. Alexandria, Virginia (6.4 years between accidents)
9. San Francisco, California (6.4 years between accidents)
8. Jersey City, New Jersey (6.4 years between accidents)
7. Hartford, Connecticut (6.3 years between accidents)
6. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (6.2 years between accidents)
5. Providence, Rhode Island (6 years between accidents)
4. Newark, New Jersey (5.9 years between accidents)
3. Glendale, California (5.5 years between accidents)
2. Baltimore, Maryland (5.3 years between accidents)
1. Washington, D.C. (4.8 years between accidents)

Related:
Driving considered most deadly job in America

 

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