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America's Safest and Unsafest Driving Cities

Posted August 27th, 2014 @ 5:02am by Chilli Amar


Are you a nervous driver? Do you worry about the crazy people who weave in and out of traffic every time you get behind the wheel? Well if you’re looking for a place where you can feel safer next time you hit the road, you may want to think about moving to  Fort Collins, Colorado, which has just been named  “America’s Safest Driving City” by the Allstate insurance company.

Allstate analyzes car accidents in the largest cities in the country annually, and Fort Collins has ranked in the Top Ten for the past ten years, with drivers, on average, getting into an accident every 14 years, 30 percent below the national average.

As for where you want to stay far away from – Worcester, Massachusetts. Just how bad is Worcester? A driver there will likely crash every four years, 135 percent above the national average.

The Top Ten Cities with the Safest Drivers are:


  1. Fort Collins, Colorado
  2. Brownsville, Texas
  3. Boise, Idaho
  4. Kansas City
  5. Hunstville, Alabama
  6. Montgomery, Alabama
  7. Visalia, California
  8. Laredo, Texas
  9. Madison, Wisconsin
  10. Olathe, Kansas


The Least Safe Cities To Drive in are:

191. New Haven, Connecticut

192. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

193. Alexandria, Virginia

194. Glendale, California

195. Baltimore, Maryland

196. Providence, Rhode Island

197. Springfield, Massachusetts

198. Washington, D.C.

199. Boston, Massachusetts

200. Worcester, Massachusetts


Source: CBS News


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