Allstate says Knoxville safest for drivers in southern region
Posted on Thursday, September 4th, 2014
According to Allstate Insurance Company’s 2014 report, which is a part of the tenth annual “Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report,” Knoxville, Tennessee holds the number one spot for the best drivers in the southern. The average driver here has the possibility of being in an auto collision once in 11.1 years.
Knoxville got the #27 safest spot among America’s 200 largest cities.
The “southern” region comprises Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, and Mississippi. The report takes into consideration factors such as collision frequency, population, population density, and precipitation.
Fort Collins, Colorado took the title for being the best driving city in the whole country for the fourth year in a row. The average driver in the area has the possibility of suffering from a collision once in every 14.2 years, which is 29.6% less possible than the national average of once every 10 years.
Road conditions, automotive defects, and negligent actions of other drivers on the road are among some of the factors why vehicle accidents happen. If such an accident happens to you while you are in Tennessee, talk with our attorneys at Pohl & Berk, LLP by dialing (615) 277-2765 so we can help you learn more about possibility pursuing compensation.