Lexington Makes Safe Driving List

Two Kentucky cities have been named on a study by
Allstate Insurance ranking the nation's safest cities based on
internal crash data over a two-year period.
Louisville was ranked third among cities with 500-thousand to
one (M) million residents. According to Allstate's study,
Louisville drivers average eleven-and-a-half years between crashes.
Lexington was number-seven on the list of most improved cities. The
time between crashes for Lexington drivers increased by
one-point-seven years.
The safest city is Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where drivers
average almost 14 years between crashes. Fort Collins, Colorado;
Flint, Michigan; Warren, Michigan; and Huntsville, Alabama, round
out the top five.

(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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  • by robert Location: clay city on Jun 14, 2007 at 07:48 AM
    Our insurance rates are high because so many drivers are uninsured. The police do enforce minimum liability laws. I have been stopped @ check points many times & never have to show proof of insurance
  • by James Location: Inez, KY on Jun 14, 2007 at 06:13 AM
    Why is our insurance rates so high in Eastern Kentucky as well as the rest of the state, if we are such good drivers?

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