Despite a reduction in miles driven during the past year, motorists exhibited increasingly risky behaviors, much to the dismay of their auto insurers.

The misconduct ranged from distracted driving and speeding to increasing instances of DUIs. As commuters return and overall traffic increases, the bad habits picked up during the past year haven't subsided, and new driving patterns emerge.

To get a better understanding of where drivers are more likely to get into an accident, Insurify crunched the numbers and examined the cities with the highest percentage of drivers with one or more at-fault auto accidents.

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Steve Hallo

Steve Hallo is managing editor of He can be reached at [email protected]