Top Ten Worst Cities to Drive

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Americans average a collision once every 10  years.

City Accident Frequency
10. Alexandria, Virginia 6.4 years between accidents
9. San Francisco, California 6.4 years between accidents
8. Jersey City, New Jersey 6.4 years between accidents
7. Hartford, Connecticut 6.3 years between accidents
6. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 6.2 years between accidents
5. Providence, Rhode Island 6.o years between accidents
4. Newark, New Jersey 5.9 years between accidents
3. Glendale, California 5.5 years between accidents
2. Baltimore, Maryland 5.3 years between accidents
1. Washington, D.C. 4.8 years between accidents

 

Sources:

“Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report” uses claims data culled from its customers to rank America’s 193 largest American cities based on car collision frequency.

Christian Science Monitor

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