Report: Worst drivers in America are in Baltimore
Allstate Insurance today released its annual "America's Best Drivers" report ranking the largest U.S. cities based on car collisions and there's good news and bad news for those behind the wheel in Baltimore.
The good: Our ranking didn't change from 2010. We're still ranked 192.
The bad: We're still ranked 192 - the lowest ranking is 193.
America's safety driving city, for the second year in a row, according to Allstate, is Fort Collins, Colo., with drivers averaging about 14 years between collisions. In Fort Collins, drivers are 28.6 percent less likely to have an accident, compared to the national average.
In Baltimore, drivers average about 5 years between wrecks and are 88.7 percent more likely to have an accident, compared to the national average.
So, where are the drivers that are even worse than those in Baltimore? Better stay off the sidewalks in Washington.