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Five Large Colorado Cities With the Safest Drivers

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Number 4: Denver, Colorado (National Ranking: No. 84)

Avg. Years Between Accidents: 9

Relative Accident Likelihood (Compared To Nat’l Avg.): +11.5

2014 Safest Driving City Ranking: 88


Change From 2014 To 2015: +4

2015 Population Density Ranking: 65

2015 Rain And Snow Ranking: 97

2015 Drivewise Braking Events per 1,000 Miles: 17.3


Number 3: Lakewood, Colorado (National Ranking: No. 24)

Avg. Years Between Accidents: 10.9

Relative Accident Likelihood (Compared To Nat’l Avg.): -8.6%

2014 Safest Driving City Ranking: 19

Change From 2014 To 2015: -5

2015 Population Density Ranking: 11

2015 Rain And Snow Ranking: 28

2015 Drivewise Braking Events per 1,000 Miles: 20.5

Number 2: Colorado Springs, Colorado (National Ranking: No. 16)

Avg. Years Between Accidents: 11.4

Relative Accident Likelihood (Compared To Nat’l Avg.): -12.1%

2014 Safest Driving City Ranking: 14

Change From 2014 To 2015: -2

2015 Population Density Ranking: 19

2015 Rain And Snow Ranking: 21

2015 Drivewise Braking Events per 1,000 Miles: 17.1

Number 1: Fort Collins, Colorado (National Ranking: No. 4)

Avg. Years Between Accidents: 12.7

Relative Accident Likelihood (Compared To Nat’l Avg.): -21.1%

2014 Safest Driving City Ranking: 1

Change From 2014 To 2015: -3

2015 Population Density Ranking: 2

2015 Rain And Snow Ranking: 7

2015 Drivewise Braking Events per 1,000 Miles: 16.6

Allstate America's Best Drivers Report 2015



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