A new report ranks three towns in Delaware County among the safest-driving “cities” in Pennsylvania, writes Adam Johnson for QuoteWizard.
The report ranks “cities” based on overall driver quality. To determine the rankings, the site compiled more than 100,000 data points from users across Pennsylvania. Each place was then compared on their overall incidents, speeding tickets, DUIs, and citations throughout the last year.
Chester, Clifton Heights, and Upper Darby emerged as three of the Top 20 safest-driving cities in Pennsylvania. Chester ranks highest at No. 6, with Clifton Heights at No. 10 and Upper Darby No. 15.
Overall, Pennsylvania is 13th among the safest-driving states in the country, with 101.1 billion car miles in 2017 and 128,188 reported car accidents. In fact, its fatality rate of 1.12 per 100,000,000 vehicle miles of travel was the lowest ever recorded since records began in 1935.
Read more about the safest-driving cities in Pennsylvania from QuoteWizard here.