BALTIMORE, MD – In a new report that will come as a surprise to absolutely no one in Charm City, Baltimore drivers have been named the worst out of the largest 200 cities in the U.S. for the second consecutive year.
Allstate compiles the annual report based on the number of years between collisions and also from data from its Drivewise app.
Brownsville, Texas had the best drivers, with an average of almost 15 years between collisions. Baltimore drivers, clocking in at number 200 out of 200, had an average of 4.19 years between collisions.
The national average was 10 years between claims.
Washington D.C. came in at number 199 out of 200.
Allstate has published their full 2019 rankings here.