Top U.S. cities with best drivers, states with worst

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Allstate has released its "America's Best Drivers Report" for 2015.

The list shows the top 200 U.S. cities where motorists are least likely to get into car accidents.

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The top 10 cities said to have the safest drivers are as follows:

10. Cary, North Carolina

9. Huntsville, Alabama

8. Laredo, Texas

7. Cedar Rapids, Iowa

6. Madison, Wisconsin

5. Cape Coral, Florida

4. Fort Collins, Colorado

3. Boise, Idaho

2. Brownsville, TX

1. Kansas City, Kansas

The insurance company's report states that the average driver will experience one collision every 10 years and that 70 percent of car accidents occur at speeds under 35 mph.

Concurrently, Car Insurance Comparison did a study to find out the worst drivers by state.

The site used statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to rank states based on information regarding drunk driving, failure to obey, speeding and careless driving.

According to that study, these states are said to have the worst drivers:

10. Missouri

9. Oklahoma

8. Hawaii

6. Nevada (tie)

6. Louisiana (tie)

5. Delaware

4. North Dakota

3. Texas

1. South Carolina (tie)

1. Montana (tie)