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As a driver, it's easy to recognize hazardous peers. Just look for the speeding, behind-the-wheel distractions, and no-signal turns and lane changes.

Allstate has another way of measuring driver safety. To compile the results of its 15th annual report on America's Best Drivers, Allstate analyzed accident claims data to determine the cities nationwide where drivers are statistically least likely to crash.

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Elana Ashanti Jefferson

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