Where are the worst drivers in America? This graphic from Automotive Touchup answers that question with the 50 cities that ranked at the bottom of the America’s Best Drivers Report from 2019. The 200 largest cities in the country were ranked on a variety of different factors pulled from the report, such as the average year between collisions. The national average is 10.57 years, which all 50 cities fell below and the lowest average was Baltimore's 4.19 years. The cities were also scored on the relative collision likelihood when compared to the national average. The top four cities all had a likelihood of more than 100%, with Baltimore once again at the top with a 152.5% likelihood of an accident when compared to the rest of the country. Other factors such as hard-breaking events per 1,000 miles were also taken into consideration. With such bad marks, Baltimore landed in the top spot and nearby city Washington D.C. came in at a close second.
Infographic by: automotivetouchup