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Report Reveals Country's Best Drivers: How Did San Diego Stack Up?

Allstate Insurance recently released its annual “America’s Best Drivers Report.” The report, based on the insurance company’s claims data, ranks America’s 200 largest cities in terms of car collision frequency to identify which urban areas have the safest drivers.

As with prior Allstate reports, San Diego is in the middle of the pack, ranking as the 112th safest driving city in 2014. The designation is an improvement over 2013, when San Diego was ranked 127th.

For the fourth year in a row Fort Collins, Colorado, is the country’s safest city for drivers. According to Allstate, it has placed in the top ten every year since the report’s inception in 2004.

For 2014, the report reveals that the average driver in Fort Collins will experience an auto collision every 14.2 years, which is 29.6 percent less likely than the national average of every 10 years. By comparison, San Diego drivers experience an accident approximately every 8.8 years, which is 13.2 percent more likely than the national average.

In line with the stereotypes about Massachusetts’ drivers, the city of Worcester has the country’s worst drivers, according to Allstate. Drivers suffer a collision every 4.3 years, which is 134.8 percent higher than the national average. Boston also did not fare well, coming in at 199.