Defensive drivers can slowly exhale and perhaps even start to pack their moving trucks. Allstate Insurance Co. recently released its 10th annual "Allstate America's Best Drivers Report, which ranks America's 200 largest cities in terms of car collision frequency to identify what cities have the safest drivers. For the past decade, Allstates actuaries have analyzed claims data to determine the likelihood drivers in America's 200 largest cities will experience a vehicle collision compared to the national average. Internal property damage reported claims were analyzed over a two-year period (from January 2011 to December 2012). Allstate then used a weighted average of the two-year numbers to determine the annual percentages. In addition, this year, new data reveals how these cities rank when factors like population, population density and precipitation are considered. Follow along to see the 10 safest driving cities in the nation and find out what city was named Americas safest driving city for the fourth consecutive year.
10. Olathe, Kas.
Drivers are: 17.5 percent less likely to have a collision compared to the national average Average 12.1 years between collisions