Kinda like with traffic, people enjoy complaining about how bad the drivers in their city are. It's almost like a point of pride, a badge of honor to sit in traffic and suck at driving.
But which cities really do have the crappiest drivers? Thankfully, the good folks at Allstate Insurance -- you know, since they’re the ones paying for all the bad driving -- actually track that kind of data, and annually rank the 200 largest cities in the United States based on how likely motorists are to get into an accident (compared to the national average), and how long those drivers go between accidents.
We took that list and narrowed it down to just the biggest metropolitan areas -- as in towns with at least one pro sports team and/or an edition of Thrillist -- to bring you the 20 major US cities with the absolute worst drivers.