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When the weather includes fog, ice, rain or snow, drivers need to take extra care precautions to avoid a costly and dangerous crash. Traveling at slower speeds, increasing following distance and allowing for extra travel time are all good ways to lower your risk of a collision.

Certain cities in the United States are safer than others when factoring rainy or snowy conditions, according to the 2015 Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report. Based on Allstate’s claims data, the report ranks America’s 200 largest cities in terms of collision frequency to identify which have the safest drivers, including how these cities rank when precipitation, whether ice, rain or snow, is a factor.

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Jayleen R. Heft

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