Drivers Are 46% More Likely To Get Into An Accident In Dallas Than Anywhere Else In The United States

June 27, 2019
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We all know driving in Dallas can be the absolute worst, but now we have scientific evidence that proves it.

A new study from Allstate has found that drivers are more that 46% likely to get in an accident while driving in Dallas than anywhere else in the United States.  Dallas fell into the bottom 15% of 200 major cities for safe-driving records.  On average, Dallas drivers experience an accident every seven years on the road, whereas the average U.S. driver experiences an accident once every 10.5 years.

North Texas as a whole didn't fare too well in the survey, with ten of our cities landing in the bottom 15% of cities for safe-driving records.

The safest city to drive in was also in Texas, though.  Brownsville was found to be the safest, with drivers only getting into an accident a little over every 14 years.  Laredo and McAllen also ranked in the top 10 safest cities as well.

Via Dallas News