The Best and Worst Drivers By City - Virginia Beach is Third Worst

According to a new study conducted by QuoteWizard, Virginia Beach is the third worst driving city in America.  

Virginia Beach, over the last few years was locked into the 12th spot on Quote Wizard’s studies, but this year the city ultimately reached the third worst spot. QuoteWizard analyzed data from millions of insurance quotes from drivers in the top 75 cities in the country to determine the rankings. They evaluated cities on four factors to determine overall driver quality and took a composite ranking of overall incidents. Incidents include accidents, speeding tickets, DUIs, and citations.
The state of Virginia rates among the top 15 worst for speeding tickets, DUIs and citations. However, statewide, the study says Virginia improved its rankings in best and worst driving states study, but the city of Virginia Beach is trending in the opposite direction.

The top 10 list for worst driving cities in America, according to the study, are as follows:
1 Portland, OR
2 Boise, ID
3 Virginia Beach, VA
4 Columbus, OH
5 Sacramento, CA
6 Salt Lake City, UT
7 Cleveland, OH
8 Denver, CO
9 San Francisco, CA
10 Richmond, VA

Cities rated among the worst were those with the highest rate of incidents, and the best driving cities had the lowest rate of incidents.

For more about this study, CLICK HERE


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