COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN)--A new report is not very flattering to Columbus drivers.
Allstate's annual "America's Best Drivers" report puts motorists in the capital city at the 2nd-worst in Ohio, and only at number 141 out of the 200 largest cities in the country when it comes to driver safety.
Columbus's ranking for 2019 is down 10 spots from last year's ranking.
The report takes into account collision rates. Brownsville, Texas is considered the safest driving city on the list.
The average driver experiences a crash once every 10.57 years.
In Ohio, only Cincinnati has a worse rate than Columbus, at 173. Other Ohio cities making the list include Dayton at number 59, Toledo at number 74, and Cleveland at number 107.
Baltimore, Maryland is at the bottom of the list.
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