Report: Sioux Falls Is the Safest City for Driving
New report reveals the safest, and most dangerous, cities for drivers.
The full lists are included below.
Safest big cities:
Safest cities respective of their size:
New York City Drivers are very SLOW. They brake for everything, even GREEN lights. Many brake for the green light, then floor the accelorator when the light turns red, not only nearly causing a collision to the guy behind them, but then also going thru the intersection at the last minute. They do not observe rules to move to the right when driving slow, and they do anything they can to keep from getting passed, even when they are going 15mph under the speed limit or more. There was person near where I lived who rolled a car on its side attempting to parallel park it.(now thats bad driving). Yet drivers in South Florida are even worse. Here you have extremley slow drivers peppered in with extremely fast drivers. No-one uses their turn signals. Cars often have one or more brake light out, no head lights at night, things hanging/falling off the car while they are on the highway. They will go 10 to 20mph over the limit, then randomly jam on the brakes when approaching a gradual turn on the highway. NO-ONE KNOWS WHAT AN EXCELLERATION LANE IS, THEY GET ON A HIGHWAY WITH A LIMIT OF 65 OR EVEN 70 AT ABOUT 30MPH AND ATTEMPT TO MERGE WITHOUT SPEEDING UP Red lights seem to be merely suggested stops, which some drivers flagerently ignore And recently, the New York thing of slowing for the green then going thru the red has been catching on.
OK, went off a tangent there, but you get my points.
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