If safe and convenient driving is high on your list of priorities, you might want to move to Visalia. The city was ranked as one of the best cities in the United States for motorists, a high ranking for any California city. On the other hand, Los Angeles found itself close to the bottom of the pile as one of the worst driving cities for motorists in the country.
The data was compiled by Allstate, which ranked Fort Collins, Colorado is one of the best driving cities for motorists in the country. Here, motorists spend an average of 14 years between accidents, and the accident likelihood compared to the national average of 10 years, is 28.2% lower.
In Visalia, which was ranked at number eight, motorists spend 12.3 years between accidents, and the accident likelihood is 18.5% lower than the national average. Visalia.
Los Angeles in contrast, was ranked at 181, and here motorists spend an average of just 6.7 years between accidents. The collision likelihood here is 49.3% higher than the national average.
There is good news for Los Angeles motorists. Other California cities performed even poorer than their city on the list. These included San Francisco which was ranked lower than Los Angeles. San Francisco had a rating of 186, and motorists here spend 6.5 years between accidents with an accident likelihood that is 53.6% greater than the national average. Motorists in Glendale had an average of 5.7 years between accidents, and the accident likelihood here is a whopping 75.6% higher than the national average.