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Safest US Cities to Drive In

Are you looking for safe vacation spots? Are you looking for a popular place where car accidents rarely happen? Well, these places are not exactly easy to find. However, as usual, you’re in good hands because you follow our resource articles! Here’s a list of some of the safest, but not necessarily the most popular cities to be driving in for you to consider visiting.

  1. Fort Collins, Colorado: Though this place is just 60 miles north of the Mile-High City, its traffic surely cannot be compared to that of Denver. The likelihood of collisions around Fort Collins is 28.2% less likely than that of national average!
  2. Boise, Idaho: Being one of the least populated states in our country, it is not surprising that, even the most populous city of the state is one of the safest in terms of driving in our country. The likelihood of collision in the home of the Boise State Broncos is 28% less than average.
  3. Sioux Falls, South Dakota: It is very likely that you’ve never been to South Dakota before and never will be there in the future, but in case you’re looking for a quiet and less populous location for a getaway, this may just be the right place. The collision likelihood in Sioux Falls is 21.8% less than national average.
  4. Brownsville, Texas: If you’ve never heard of this place, it is located on the southernmost tip of the State of Texas, and is just north across the border from Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Unlike other border towns, Brownsville is a very safe place for driving! The collision likelihood versus national average is 21.1% less likely!
  5. Madison, Wisconsin: The home of Wisconsin Badgers, different from most of the other college towns in our country, the collisional accident rate is actually surprisingly low despite the amount of student population here. The collision likelihood in Madison is a jaw-dropping 20.3% lower than national average!

Stay Safe on the Road

Have you been to any of these places? Have you even heard of any of them? Either way, you should definitely think about paying them a visit just for the sake of their safety, especially during holiday season! These places may not be nearly as popular as places like Miami or NYC, but if you think from the other direction, these cities probably won’t be nearly as crowded as well! So if you’re looking for a quiet place to go, give them a shot! Stay safe!


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