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TOP 10 BEST AND WORST DRIVING CITIES, 2015 (1)
  Best driving cities   Worst driving cities
Rank City, State Collision
likelihood
compared to
national
average (2)
Average
years
between
collisions
Rank City, State Collision
likelihood
compared to
national
average (2)
Average
years
between
collisions
1 Kansas City, KS -24.8% 13.3 1 Boston, MA 157.7% 3.9
2 Brownsville, TX -24.6 13.3 2 Worster, MA 120.7 4.5
3 Boise, ID -23.5 13.1 3 Baltimore, MD 113.9 4.7
4 Fort Collins, CO -21.1 12.7 4 Washington, DC 106.3 4.8
5 Cape Coral, FL -21.0 12.7 5 Springfield, MA 93.1 5.2
6 Madison, WI -18.2 12.2 6 Providence, RI 87.4 5.3
7 Cedar Rapids, IA -15.1 11.8 7 Glendale, CA 79.4 5.6
8 Laredo, TX -14.7 11.7 8 San Francisco, CA 65.0 6.1
9 Huntsville, AL -14.7 11.7 9 Philadelphia, PA 64.4 6.1
10 Cary, NC -13.8 11.6 10 Los Angeles, CA 63.3 6.1

(1) Allstate's survey of the 200 largest cities in America based on car collision frequency.
(2) For example, drivers in Kansas City, KS are 24.8 percent less likely to experience a car collision while drivers in Boston, MA are 157.7 percent more likely to experience a car collision.

Source: Allstate.

 
TOP TEN BEST AND WORST DRIVING CITIES, 2011 (1)
  Best driving cities      Worst driving cities 
Rank City, State Collision likelihood
compared to
national average (2)
Average years
between collisions
Rank City, State Collision likelihood
compared to
national average (2)
Average years
between collisions
1 Fort Collins, CO 28.6% 14.0 1 Washington, DC 107.3% 4.8
2 Boise, ID 25.5 13.4 2 Baltimore, MD 88.7 5.3
3 Lincoln, NE 22.7 12.9 3 Glendale, CA  80.8 5.5
4 Chandler, AZ  20.4 12.6 4 Newark, NJ  70.8 5.9
5 Huntsville, AL 18.9 12.3 5 Providence, RI   66.7 6.0
6 Knoxville, TN 18.3 12.2 6 Philadelphia, PA  60.2 6.2
7 Springfield, MO 17.9 12.2 7 Hartford, CT   59.6 6.3
8 Reno, NV 16.6 12.0 8 Jersey City, NJ   57.5 6.4
9 Eugene, OR 16.3 11.9 9 San Francisco, CA   57.3 6.4
10 Chattanooga, TN 16.3 11.9 10 Alexandria, VA 55.9 6.4

(1) Allstate's survey of the 200 largest cities in America based on car collision frequency.
(2) For example, drivers in Fort Collins, CO are 28.6 percent less likely to experience a car collision while drivers in Washington, DC are 107.3 percent more likely to experience a car collision.

Source: Allstate.

 
TOP TEN BEST AND WORST DRIVING CITIES, 2012 (1)
  Best driving cities      Worst driving cities 
Rank City, State Collision likelihood
compared to
national average (2)
Average years
between collisions
Rank City, State Collision likelihood
compared to
national average (2)
Average years
between collisions
1 Fort Collins, CO 28.2% 13.9 1 Washington, DC 109.3% 4.8
2 Boise, ID 28.0 13.9 2 Baltimore, MD 86.1 5.4
3 Sioux Falls, SD 21.8 12.8 3 Providence, RI  85.5 5.4
4 Brownsville, TX 21.1 12.7 4 Hialeah, FL 78.7 5.6
5 Madison, WI 20.3 12.5 5 Glendale, CA  75.6 5.7
6 Reno, NV 20.2 12.5 6 Philadelphia, PA  65.9 6.0
7 Huntsville, AL 20.1 12.5 7 Alexandria, VA 61.9 6.2
8 Visalia, CA 18.5 12.3 8 Miami, FL 59.4 6.3
9 Montgomery, AL 16.3 11.9 9 San Francisco, CA  53.6 6.5
10 Eugene, OR 16.2 11.9 10 Arlington, VA 49.9 6.7

(1) Allstate's survey of the 200 largest cities in America based on car collision frequency.
(2) For example, drivers in Fort Collins, CO are 28.2 percent less likely to experience a car collision while drivers in Washington, DC are 109.3 percent more likely to experience a car collision.

Source: Allstate.