Sioux Falls, South Dakota, population 137,000, has been named by Allstate Insurance as the safest city for driving in the nation. A motorist in Sioux Falls experiences an accident once every 14.3 years, which is significantly longer than the national average of one every 10 years. Allstate credits the city's sensibly laid out streets and strong traffic enforcement for the high marks, although local residents interviewed in the linked article say busy teenagers and cell phone users are already threatening their tranquil motoring.
[Source: AOL News]
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