GLENDALE — Motorists in Glendale were ranked for the third year in row as having some of the worst driving skills in the nation, according to independent insurance report.
Glendale ranked 191 out of 193 cities for having the worst drivers in the latest "Allstate America's Best Drivers Report," coming in below that of cities with populations of more than a million. Only Baltimore and Washington D.C. ranked lower.
"The No. 1 cause of accidents is human error," said Allstate spokesman Jim Klapthor.
Fort Collins, Colo., had the best drivers, who averaged about 14.5 years between collisions and were 31% less likely to be involved in a crash, according to the report.
Drivers in Glendale averaged 5.9 years between crashes and were 70.8% more likely to be involved in a crash, according to the report.
Glendale drivers maintained their 191 ranking for the second year in a row, which was a slight improvement from the next-to-last ranking in 2008.