Indianapolis Defensive Driving

Indianapolis may be famous for the Indiapolis 500 race, but don’t be fooled: it’s certainly not safe to take to the streets like you’re on the speedway. Unfortunately, not all drivers in this city have gotten the memo, and it can be dangerous to drive in Indianapolis with not just its speed but traffic and other hazardous driving conditions. It … Read More

Bakersfield Defensive Driving

Like many California cities, Bakersfield is not among the safest locations to drive. But unlike many of their neighboring cities ranked among the worst cities for driving in the United States, Bakersfield is in the middle of the pack, ranked 94 for safe driving. That means Bakersfield is about average when it comes to safe driving. While dangerous driving conditions are … Read More

Baltimore Defensive Driving

Bad news for Baltimore drivers: you’re among the worst in the nation. In a recent study, Baltimore drivers were ranked third worst in America, just behind Boston and Washington, D.C. Most notably, car crashes are more frequent in Baltimore than in many other cities, with an average of about five years between accidents. Drivers in Baltimore should be hyper-vigilant about safe … Read More

Boston Defensive Driving

Practically every United States city claims to have the worst drivers. But it’s only in Boston, Mass. where that statement is actually true. According to Allstate’s America’s Best Driver’s Report, Boston has the unfortunate distinction of being the absolute worst place to drive in the United States, ranked 200th out of 200 cities in America. Boston’s reputation for dangerous driving has … Read More

El Paso Defensive Driving

Unlike most other large Texas cities, El Paso is an incredibly driveable city. El Paso Drivers are among the safest in the nation, ranked the 50th safest driving city out of the top 200 cities in America. Typically, El Paso drivers will go 9.8 years between accidents. And with cheap gas prices and a low incidence of traffic jams, El Paso is … Read More

Fort Worth Defensive Driving

Driving in Fort Worth can be an adventure.  With some of the worst commutes in the United States, drivers in Fort Worth face more traffic jams daily than many others in the country.  The heavy traffic takes a toll.  Fort Worth Drivers are more likely to get in an accident.  Drivers in Fort Worth have a 26.1% accident likelihood rating. While driving … Read More

Fresno Defensive Driving

Fresno, California’s drivers are about average, coming in at the 50th spot out of 100 for the nation’s best and worst cities to be a driver. However, that doesn’t mean it’s easy or safe to drive in the city, as Fresno earned a D- grade for the nation’s worst drivers based on data on fatal accidents and crashes caused by speeding. There is … Read More

Honolulu Defensive Driving

Winter weather is often thought of as more dangerous than sunny, clear summer days, but don’t be fooled: summer driving has its share of hazards. More teens and vacationers are on the road and may be unfamiliar with the area, tire blowouts and construction are more prevalent in the summer, and you’ll see more motorcycles and bikes, too. Not to … Read More

Cleveland Defensive Driving

Cleveland is certainly not one of the safest driving cities in America, but it’s not among the worst, either. Ranked 68th safest in the United States, Cleveland’s rain and snow can make it tough to drive safely, but the city’s population density makes it a bit better. Even with Cleveland’s relatively safe driving environment, it’s a good idea to use defensive … Read More

Colorado Springs Defensive Driving

Colorado Springs drivers have it relatively easy. The city was ranked America’s 16th safest city to drive in according to the Allstate America’s Best Drivers report. Despite the potential for rain and snow as well as population density, drivers in Colorado Springs are simply less likely to get into an accident than drivers in many other American cities. Of course, even in … Read More