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10 safest US cities for driving a car

While you may be more likely to have a car crash in a more populated, higher traffic area, you may be less likely in other cities to have a collision. Last year, Allstate Insurance, in its ninth annual Allstate America's Best Drivers Report, assessed its claims data for car collision frequency in the 200 largest cities to determine which ones had the safest drivers.

Here are the 10 safest cities for driving a car.

Brownsville, Texas

Ranking: 4
Collision likelihood versus national average: 21.1 percent less likely

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