The 14th annual Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report® has named Brownsville, Texas, the city with America’s safest drivers.

Released each year, the report ranks the 200 largest cities in the U.S. based on collision frequency.

According to Allstate claims data, the average driver in America will experience a collision approximately once every 10 years. In top-ranked Brownsville, that figure improves by about 26 percent to once every 13.6 years. The following are the top 10 safest-driving cities, according to this year’s report:

City & Overall Ranking Average Years
Between Collisions
(National Average: 10)
Collision Likelihood Compared to National Average
1. Brownsville, TX 13.6 26.3% less likely
2. Kansas City, KS 13.1 23.8% less likely
3. Boise, ID 12.2 17.8% less likely
4. Huntsville, AL 11.9 16.1% less likely
5. Madison, WI 11.8 15.4% less likely
6. Laredo, TX 11.7 14.4% less likely
7. Midland, TX 11.7 14.2% less likely
8. Cape Coral, FL 11.6 14.1% less likely
9. Fort Collins, CO 11.6 14.0% less likely
10. McAllen, TX 11.5 13.4% less likely


Other highlights from the 2018 report include Miami as the most improved driving city, climbing 37 spots on the report, and Spokane, Washington, dropping 37 spots from last year’s rankings after a 12-spot drop the year before.

Visit for an interactive map and full results for this year, as well as previous years’ reports.