Best Drivers Report 2016: The Safest Driving Cities

Wherever cars and trucks are driven, it seems that you will find both good drivers and bad drivers. But what metropolitan area boasts the best drivers? Our 12th annual America’s Best Drivers Report ranks America’s 200 largest cities in terms of car collision frequency to help identify which cities have the safest drivers.

Heading into the July Fourth holiday can be a great time for drivers to consider their own safe driving habits as well as the habits of those around them. An average driver in the No. 1 city in this year’s report, Brownsville, Texas, experiences an auto collision every 14.6 years, which is 31.4 percent less often than the national average.

The infographic below provides a quick glimpse at the report’s conclusions, and check out our interactive page to find out where your city ranks both by year and by two major statistical categories, by population density and weather.

Best Drivers Report 2016: The Safest Driving Cities

July 5th, 2016 by A Security Insurance Agency