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America's Best Drivers Report 2016

Planes, trains and automobiles. Let’s focus on the automobiles and their drivers for a minute. Like many Americans, you probably travel from time to time.  As you begin a new adventure in an unfamiliar city or state, one of the first things you may notice is how people there drive. You guessed it — some cities have the best drivers and are much safer than other cities when it comes to driving. No matter how safe a driver you claim to be, your fate on the road depends heavily on other drivers. Over 2 million people are injured, disabled or killed in road crashes each year in the US.  That’s why it pays to know just how safe ­— or how dangerous — a city is from a driver’s perspective. According to Allstate’s 2016 Best Drivers Report, here are the five best and worst cities when it comes to driving…

Best and Worst Cities for Drivers

33,561 people in the US were killed in car crashes in 2012, according to the most recent study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. No matter how safe a driver you may be, your fate on the road partially depends on your fellow drivers. That’s why it pays to know just how safe ­– or how dangerous – a city is from a driver’s perspective. According to Allstate’s 2015 Best Drivers Report, here are the five best and worst driving cities in the US. 5 Best Cities  Kansas City, Kansas. Heartland drivers, take heart! Drivers in Kansas City, Kansas are 8 percent less likely to get in an accident than the national average. This is a major upset for Fort Collins, Colorado, which snagged the top spot in both 2013 and 2014 but dropped to fourth safest in this year’s study. Brownsville, Texas. 5 percent less likely. Boise, Idaho. 5 percent less likely.…

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