in #CASE you missed it… New Report Reveals Best And Worst Drivers In The Country
Allstate Insurance has determined the safest and least safe driving cities in America
Allstate Insurance looked at insurance claims across the top 200 cities in the country to determine which cities have the safest drivers
Drivers in Kansas City, Kansas were named the best, with the average driver involved in a collision every 14.9 years, 32% less than the average driver
For yet another year, Boston, Massachusetts ranked dead last, with Worcester, Mass and Springfield, Mass also making the bottom five.
We all may think we’re excellent drivers, but with the amount of accidents we see on the road, that’s obviously not true. In fact, drivers who hit the road this July 4th weekend should beware since the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety claims the July 4th holiday is the deadliest day of the year for drivers.
Of course, there are some cities were folks on the whole are better drivers than others. Allstate Insurance looked at claims across the top 200 cities in the country to determine which cities have the safest drivers, and Kanas City, Kansas gets the top honors. Just how good are drivers in Kansas City? Well, the average driver there gets into an auto collision every 14.9 years, which is 32% less than the average U.S. driver.
Top Ten Safest Driving Cities (average years between collisions)
Kansas City, Kansas (14.9)
Brownsville, Texas (14.5)
Madison, Wisconsin (12.5)
Huntsville, Alabama (12.4)
Cape Coral, Florida (12.2)
Boise, Idaho (12)
Loredo, Texas (12)
Port Saint Lucie, Florida (12)
McCallen, Texas (11.8)
Olathe, Kansas (11.8)