NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Nashville drivers have been rated the second worst in the state, according to a new report.
The report was released by the Allstate Insurance Company, ranking the largest US cities based on the frequency of car accidents. Here in Nashville, the average driver will have a wreck every 10.2 years, just above the national average of ten years.
Only Memphis drivers experience collisions more often, at a 9.8 year-frequency. The safest drivers in the Volunteer State reside in Knoxville. Residents there were ranked 9th on the national list of safest drivers.