Top Cities with the Worst Drivers in 2018

Top Cities with the Worst Drivers in 2018

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Here’s Where to Find America’s Worst Drivers 

Is your city known for bad driving? We’re not just talking about running yellow lights or forgetting to signal before merging, we’re talking about bad driving with dangerous consequences. Every year, Allstate gathers data about the U.S.’s 200 largest cities and their surrounding suburban metropolitan areas. This information is then organized into a list of the safest and unsafest cities. and the least safest.

Check out the top 15 cities with the worst drivers.

  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Bridgeport, Connecticut
  • Fullerton, California
  • Oakland, California
  • Portland, Oregon
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Alexandria, Virginia
  • Providence, Rhode Island
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Springfield, Massachusetts
  • Glendale, California
  • Worcester, Massachusetts
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Baltimore, Maryland

According to Allstate, the average driver in America will experience a collision around once every 10 years. Studies also found that 94 percent of collisions are caused by preventable human factors. This means that good driving habits can help you – and others – to stay safe on the road.

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