10 U.S. Cities With the Safest Drivers

   

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Allstate (ALL) released its ninth annual “Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report” on Tuesday. The report is based on Allstate claims data. It ranks America’s 200 largest cities based off of frequency of collisions to find the cities with the safest drivers.

  1. Fort Collins, Colo. – Drivers are 28.2% less likely to have a collision when compared to the national average. On average, a driver in Fort Collins will have a collision once every 13.9 years.
  2. Boise, Idaho - Drivers are 28.0% less likely to have a collision when compared to the national average. On average, a driver in Boise will have a collision once every 13.9 years.
  3. Sioux Falls, S.D. - Drivers are 21.8% less likely to have a collision when compared to the national average. On average, a driver in Sioux Falls will have a collision once every 12.8 years.
  4. Brownsville, Texas - Drivers are 21.1% less likely to have a collision when compared to the national average. On average, a driver in Brownsville will have a collision once every 12.7 years.
  5. Madison, Wis. - Drivers are 20.3% less likely to have a collision when compared to the national average. On average, a driver in Madison will have a collision once every 12.5 years.
  6. Reno, Nev. - Drivers are 20.2% less likely to have a collision when compared to the national average. On average, a driver in Reno will have a collision once every 12.5 years.
  7. Huntsville, Ala. - Drivers are 20.1% less likely to have a collision when compared to the national average. On average, a driver in Huntsville will have a collision once every 12.5 years.
  8. Visalia, Calif. - Drivers are 18.5% less likely to have a collision when compared to the national average. On average, a driver in Visalia will have a collision once every 12.3 years.
  9. Montgomery, Ala. - Drivers are 16.3% less likely to have a collision when compared to the national average. On average, a driver in Montgomery will have a collision once every 11.9 years.
  10. Eugene, Ore. - Drivers are 16.2% less likely to have a collision when compared to the national average. On average, a driver in Eugene will have a collision once every 11.9 years.

To see the full report, including collision rates in cities with over 1 million people, head over to Allstate’s website.


Article printed from InvestorPlace Media, http://investorplace.com/2013/08/10-u-s-cities-with-the-safest-drivers/.

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