America’s Safest And Most Dangerous Cities For Drivers

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The 10th annual ‘Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report‘ is out, with some surprises since last year.

Using insurance claims made through insurance giant Allstate, the report ranks America’s 200 largest cities based on which has the best and worst drivers. This year, Brownsville, Texas, jumped 21 spots to make it into the top five best cities for drivers. Older, more populous and congested cities like Baltimore and Washington, D.C., scored low in terms of safety.

Boston — famous for its especially awful traffic patterns that date back to 18th-century streets, schizophrenic roads and aggressive drivers — received a pass in this report, as Allstate doesn’t operate in Massachusetts. Lucky for Boston. See where your city ranks on AOL Autos.