As a Texas driver, it may be helpful to know which regions tend to be safe for driving and which ones tend not to be so safe. That’s why we’ve gathered a list of the safest Texas cities for driving.
Drivers in the following Texas cities are the least likely to experience collisions:
#1 – Brownsville
According to Allstate’s America’s Best Drivers Report of 2019, Brownsville is the safest driving city across the entire country!
#2 – Laredo
Laredo is the 5th safest driving city in the United States.
#3 – McAllen
McAllen is the 9th safest driving city in the U.S.
#4 – Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi falls in the 18th position of safest driving cities in the country.
#5 – Amarillo
Amarillo is the 20th safest driving city in the nation.
#6 – El Paso
El Paso is the 6th safest driving city in Texas but is the 48th safest driving city in the U.S.
#7 – Lubbock
Lubbock is the 7th safest driving city in Texas but is the 53rd safest driving city in the country.
#8 – Killeen
Killeen lands in the 8th position for safest driving cities in the state, but lands 54th for the safest driving cities in the nation.
#9 – Waco
Waco may be the 9th safest driving city in Texas, but it’s the 79th safest driving city in the nation.
#10 – Pasadena
While Pasadena is the 10th safest driving city in the state, it is the 86th safest driving city in the U.S.
Becoming injured in a car accident is never a fun or favorable experience to endure, no matter where it happens. We must all remain vigilant in our efforts to reduce the number of accidents that occur on the road each day.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, you may be owed compensation. Call Templeton Smithee Hayes Heinrich & Russell, LLP today for a free consultation. We represent clients in the Texas panhandle and Eastern New Mexico.