Report: The Best & Worst Cities For Automobile Collisions In Southern California

Report: The Best & Worst Cities For Automobile Collisions In Southern California

Are you more likely to be involved in an accident in certain cities in Southern California, and less likely to crash in others? According the 2012 “America’s Best Drivers” report, compiled by AllState Insurance, your chances of an accident can vary considerably depending on whether you are living in Fontana or Glendale, Palmdale or Los Angeles.

 

Since 2004, AllState has analyzed its data each year to determine the country’s best and worst drivers. This year’s report, which used data from January 2009 to December 2010, ranked the top 200 cities in the nation and calculated a resident’s collision likelihood and the average number of years between accidents. How did the cities in Southern California and the Los Angeles area fare?

 

Fontana #73

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 1.7%

Average years between collisions: 9.8 years

 

Palmdale #83

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 3.7%

Average years between collisions: 9.6 years

 

Thousand Oaks #88

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 5.4%

Average years between collisions: 9.5 years

 

San Bernardino #91

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 5.9%

Average years between collisions: 9.4 years

 

Pomona #99

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 7.9%

Average years between collisions: 9.3 years

 

Rancho Cucamonga #103

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 9.2%

Average years between collisions: 9.2 years

 

Orange #105

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 9.4%

Average years between collisions: 9.1 years

 

Riverside #110

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 10.2%

Average years between collisions: 9.1 years

 

Simi Valley #111

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 10.3%

Average years between collisions: 9.1 years

 

Ontario #112

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 10.4%

Average years between collisions: 9.1 years

 

Huntington Beach #116

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 11.3%

Average years between collisions: 9.0 years

 

Santa Ana #123

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 13.9%

Average years between collisions: 8.8 years

 

Corona #127

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 14.8%

Average years between collisions: 8.7%

 

Long Beach #137

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 16.7%

Average years between collisions: 8.6

 

Anaheim #143

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 22.2%

Average years between collisions: 8.2 years

 

Pasadena #160

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 29.5%

Average years between collisions: 7.7

 

Irvine #163

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 30.7%

Average years between collisions: 7.7 years

 

Garden Grove #169

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 33.8%

Average years between collisions: 7.5 years

 

Torrance #174

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 36.7%

Average years between collisions: 7.3 years

 

Fullerton #180

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 42.7%

Average years between collisions: 7 years

 

Los Angeles #182

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 48.5%

Average years between collisions: 6.7 years

 

Glendale #191

Collision likelihood compared to national average: 77.5%

Average years between collisions: 5.6 years

 

This data is based on AllState’s customers, which represent about 10% of the driving population.

 

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