Cleveland - A recently released study ranks Cleveland as the 107th safest driving city in the United States.
AllState, ahead of July Fourth, the deadliest day on U.S. roads, released it's 15th annual America's Best Drivers Report and found that Cleveland drivers are the 107th safest in America out of the 200 cities analyzed for the report.
The average driver in Cleveland experiences a traffic collision once every 8.89 years, according to Allstate claims data.
For the report’s milestone 15th anniversary, Allstate also looked at how Cleveland drivers have fared since the first Best Drivers Report rankings were unveiled in 2005. In 2005, Cleveland drivers were much safer, coming in at #33 on the list. You can see the history of Cleveland's spot on the list by clicking here.
To view the 2019 list of safest driving cities, and to see who is number one, click here.
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