Knoxville fell three spots on Allstate Insurance Co.’s 2012 “America’s Best Drivers Report,” but it still cracked the Top Ten.
The scruffy little city is No. 9, according to the recently released Allstate report, down from No. 6 in 2011.
Knoxville drivers have a car crash every 12.2 years, or 18.1 percent less likely than the national average of a collision every 10 years, according to Allstate.
Knoxville has some of the safest drivers in the country, according to an Allstate Insurance Co.
The city ranks No. 6 on the America’s Best Drivers Report. Knoxville drivers “experience an auto collision” every 12.2 years, which is 18.3 percent less likely than the national average of every 10 years, Allstate says in a report released Thursday.
Sounds like a serious report, but it sort of makes me paranoid. It’s been a lot longer than 12 years since I’ve been in a wreck. Does that mean I’m due for a collision?