A new study ranks Pittsburgh as the 22nd-worst United States city in which to drive.
And, the study, commissioned by Allstate Insurance, claims that an individual Pittsburgh driver will, on average, be involved in a traffic accident every seven years.
Last among the 194 cities on the list on “America’s Best Drivers Report” is Washington D.C., where the report shows a driver could expect, on average, to be in an accident every 4.8 years. Following Washington at the bottom of the list are Baltimore; Providence; Hialeah, Florida and Glendale, California.
Fort Collins, Colorado was lauded, for the third time in nine years, as the safest city for drivers. The other “safest” cities include Boise, Idaho; Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Brownsville, Texas and Madison, Wisconsin.