Here’s where America’s worst drivers are found: study

The study by ConsumerAffairs reviewed crash data from the U.S. Department of Transportation and information included in the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System.

The site then ranked cities based on four factors: crash fatalities per 100,000 people, the number of fatalities (per 100,000 people) due to bad driving, positive blood alcohol content, and speeding…

The 10 U.S. cities with the worst drivers, based on ConsumerAffairs’ analysis, were:
Memphis, Tennessee
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Macon, Georgia
St. Louis, Missouri
Cleveland, Ohio
Detroit, Michigan and Victorville, California (tied)
Hesperia, California
Rockford, Illinois

The 10 cities with the safest drivers, according to ConsumerAffairs, were:
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Cary, North Carolina
Oxnard, California
Bellevue, Washington
McKinney, Texas
Lynn, Massachusetts
Glendale, California
Pearland, Texas
College Station, Texas
Henderson, Nevada

The study comes after U.S. safety regulators introduced a proposal that would set higher performance standards for automatic braking systems in new cars.