Allstate Insurance has released their ninth annual America's Best Drivers Report. Using data from claims filed from America's largest cities (population of over 50,000 people) with the company, Allstate gathers and complies it into a list.
For the third time in four years, Fort Collins, Colorado was the top city in Allstate's study. Drivers in Fort Collins go an average of 13.9 years between accidents - well above the national average of 10 years.
"Congratulations to Fort Collins for continuing to demonstrate excellence in safe driving. Allstate's Best Drivers Report was created to boost awareness about the importance of being safe and attentive behind the wheel, while providing drivers with tips and resources to improve their driving skills," said Mike Roche, senior vice president of claims of Allstate.
In contrast to Fort Collins, Washington D.C. was the worst city. According to Allstate's study, the city had an average of 4.8 years between accidents - 109.3 percent higher than the national average.
Most improved cities in the Allstate's study went to Brownsville, TX and Montgomery, AL. The two cities went up 21 spots in the study and are in the top ten.
Below are the ten cities with the safest and most dangerous drivers in the study.
Cities With The Safest Drivers
1. Fort Collins, Colorado
2. Boise, Idaho
3. Sioux Falls, South Dakota
4. Brownsville, Texas
5. Madison, Wisconsin
6. Reno, Nevada
7. Huntsville, Alabama
8. Visalia, California
9. Montgomery, Alabama
10. Eugene, Oregon
Cities With The Most Dangerous Drivers
185. Arlington, Virginia
186. San Francisco, California
187. Miami, Florida
188. Alexandria, Virgina
189. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
190. Glendale, California
191. Hialeah, Florida
192. Providence, Rhode Island
193. Baltimore, Maryland
194. Washington D.C.
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