NORTHBROOK, IL - Allstate Insurance Co. released its seventh annual “Allstate America's Best Drivers Report, which details collision frequency in 200 cities across the U.S. The safest city in the U.S. is Fort Collins, Colo., where the average driver experiences an auto collision every 14 years, compared to the national average of 10 years.
In the chart below, we present the 10 safest cities and the 9 safest large cities to drive in.
You can download the full report (as a PDF) here: Allstate America's Best Drivers Report.
|City||Likelihood Compared to National Average||Years Between Collisions|
|1. Fort Collins, Colo.||28.6% less likely||14|
|2. Boise, Idaho||25.5% less likely||13.4|
|3. Lincoln, Neb.||22.7% less likely||12.9|
|4. Chandler, Ariz.||20.4% less likely||12.6|
|5. Huntsville, Ala.||18.9% less likely||12.3|
|6. Knoxville, Tenn.||18.3% less likely||12.2|
|7. Springfield, Mo.||17.9% less likely||12.2|
|8. Reno, Nev.||16.6% less likely||12|
|9. Eugene, Ore.||16.3% less likely||11.9|
|10. Chattanooga, Tenn.||16.3% less likely||11.9|
|55. Phoenix, Ariz.||1.1% more likely||10.1|
|117. San Diego, Calif.||12.7% more likely||8.9|
|142. San Antonio, Texas||23.3% more likely||8.1|
|155. Houston, Texas||28.7% more likely||7.8|
|157. Chicago, Ill.||30.0% more likely||7.7|
|167. Dallas, Texas||32.9% more likely||7.5|
|171. New York, N.Y.||37.6% more likely||7.3|
|182. Los Angeles, Calif.||50.8% more likely||6.6|
|188. Philadelphia, Pa.||60.2% more likely||6.2|