Allstate: Reno Driver Safety Down Since 2013

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RENO, NV - Allstate Insurance Company has released its tenth annual “Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report®”, with Reno ranked 17th safest among America’s 200 largest cities in terms of car collision frequency.

Reno is down 11 spots since the 2013 report was released; no specific reason is given for the change.

This year, new data uncover how cities rank when factors including population, population density and precipitation are considered. For the first time, Allstate is revealing the 2014 report, which contains new data rankings and historical rankings from the past 10 years in an interactive mapping tool found online; link is to the right.

According to the report, the average driver in Reno will experience an auto collision every 11.7 years. Reno ranks 25 when population is considered, 22 when population density is considered and 26 when precipitation is considered.

“It’s interesting to see how different local factors and conditions impact our city’s rankings,” said Dana Morrison, an Allstate agency owner in Reno. “We should recognize the safe driving skills of all our Reno best drivers.”

This year’s top honor of “America’s Safest Driving City” is Fort Collins, Colorado, the fourth year the city has held the top spot in the report’s ten-year history. According to the report, the average driver in Fort Collins will experience an auto collision every 14.2 years, which is 29.6 percent less likely than the national average of 10 years.