ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Most New Mexico drivers are willing to admit they're not the best, but we may be worse than we thought.
According to an Allstate Insurance Company report, Albuquerque ranks toward the bottom of the list at No. 121 out of 194 cities. Last year it ranked 100th.
That report is compiled using Allstate crash claims.
Those numbers show Albuquerque drivers average an accident every 8.9 years. That's compared to the best drivers on the list, those in Fort Collins, Colo., who have an accident every 14 years.
The worst drivers in America are from the Washington, D.C., area. They involved in crashes every five years.
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