In good news for Holiday travelers this weekend, car crash fatalities are at the lowest levels since 1949 according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. That said, the nation still averages more than 32,000 auto-related deaths each year.
"It is vital for us to educate American drivers about safe driving behaviors they can demonstrate on the road that will help make our roadways safer," said Roche. "Minimizing distractions, obeying traffic laws, and using your car's safety features like turn signals and headlights, are all ways to be safer, no matter where you drive."
The Allstate list does have a few large cities (more than one million populous) making the best drivers list and leading that bunch is Phoenix, Arizona, with drivers 1.6 percent less likely than the national average to be involved in a collision, or 10.2 years between crashes. Its ranking is 53rd. Far behind Phoenix is San Diego, California, coming in at 124th as the next one million-plus city on the list.