Survey: Allstate lists America's safest driving cities [w/video]
On average, Allstate says that drivers in Fort Collins will get into an accident of some variety or other every 14.5 years, and that they're around 31.2 percent less likely than the national average to wrinkle their sheetmetal.
And which localities are the worst of them all? It should be no surprise that the drivers who circle the Beltway in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia are among the worst of the lot. Our nation's capitol held onto its spot in dead last, with drivers expected to get into a claimable accident every 5.1 years. Baltimore, Maryland is just one notch up the list with that city's drivers likely to experience one accident every 5.6 years. Hit the jump for a look at the top ten cities, and check the gallery to stick an eyeball on the complete results.
[Source: Allstate | Image: Garry Sun/bauergriffinonline.com]
2. Chattanooga, Tennessee
3. Boise, Idaho
4. Colorado Springs, Colorado
5. Knoxville, Tennessee
6. Eugene, Oregon
7. Reno, Nevada
8. Huntsville, Alabama
9. Lincoln, Nebraska
10. Cedar Rapids, Iowa
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