Allstate Ranks Best Drivers In Texas In Annual Report

Allstate recently released the results of its annual “Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report,” and awarded Brownsville as the safest driving city in the Lone Star State. Based on Allstate’s claims data, the report ranks America’s 200 largest cities according to car collision.

Brownsville ranked 25th nationwide; last year Laredo was the state’s safest city. Fort Worth ranked in at 138 and Dallas held the 167th spot.

Allstate’s Regional Vice President for Texas Region, Phil Lawson, stated, “We want to recognize the city of Brownsville for being the safest driving city in Texas, and whether you drive in a large city, small city or a rural area, we encourage all Americans to practice safe driving habits and good car safety.”

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, car crash fatalities are at the lowest level they’ve been since 1949, but still average more than 32,000 every year.

The following information is taken from the Allstate report and shows Texas cities ranked as follows:

City & Overall Country Ranking Collision Likelihood Compared to National Average Average Years Between Collisions
25. Brownsville 12.1% less likely 11.4
28. Laredo 11.5% less likely 11.3
34. McAllen 9.8% less likely 11.3
52. Amarillo 2.1% less likely 10.2
61. Lubbock 0.6% less likely 10.1
64. Corpus Christi 0.5% more likely 10.0
84. El Paso 3.7% more likely 9.6
93. Waco 6.1% more likely 9.4
125. Pasadena 14.5% more likely 8.7
130. McKinney 15.7% more likely 8.6
132. Killeen 16.0% more likely 8.6
138. Fort Worth 17.7% more likely 8.5
141. San Antonio 20.4% more likely 8.3
149. Austin 23.9% more likely 8.1
153. Houston 25.9% more likely 7.9
155. Grand Prairie 27.9% more likely 7.8
157. Mesquite 28.4% more likely 7.8
159. Plano 29.2% more likely 7.7
165. Irving 31.5% more likely 7.6
167. Dallas 32.8% more likely 7.5
171. Arlington 35.4% more likely 7.4
179. Garland 41.6% more likely 7.1
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